Category: Company Section

We will remember them…

November 11th is Armistice Day and to commemorate this special day the young people of Wesley including Boys’ Brigade, Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Senior Section and Sunday School have over the last few months been turning the bottoms of the recycled plastic bottles used for the greenhouse in to more poppies in order to make our own …

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They all got their just desserts…

On Friday 4 November Company Section went out for the evening to try out the Little Dessert Shop that recently opened in the old Pizza Hut building at the top of the town.     A great evening was had by everyone, with a number of desserts being sampled from crepes to waffles to wafer baskets to cookie …

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Work on the garden never stops…

After the Family Service in October a number of Company Section lad’s stayed behind and continued the work on the garden. The boy’s levelled off the area around and inside the plastic bottle greenhouse and then covered it with gravel.       The lads also planted around 600 purple crocus bulbs along the fence line …

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Harvest Festival 2016

This years Harvest Festival was celebrated during the September Family Service on Sunday 11 September. As some of you may know we have been working hard on the garden at the back of Wesley. We were therefore really pleased to be able to provide a basket of our fresh vegetables that have been grown in …

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The Battle of the Somme

Some of you will have seen the poppies that are at the front of Wesley along the railings. They are there to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme that started on 1st July 1916. The Battle of the Somme, fought in northern France, was one of the bloodiest of World War One. For five months …

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