St Martin's Low Marple Heritage Trust Archive
This section of the web site is for older news, reports and articles we don't want to loose.
Archived articles and older news:
Monday 6th May: Visit to 3 Staffordshire churches. Following last year's highly enjoyable trip, a further minibus tour to visit 3 churches illustrating the development of Anglican practice through church art and architecture. The trip includes St Giles, Cheadle, the acknowledged masterpiece of A W N Pugin.
Over 80 people attended the talk by Mark Hudson on 25th April, when Mark described the history of the Hudson family from Tudor times as yeoman farmers in Westmoreland through to the end of WWII when the family ended its involvement with Brabyns Hall.
Saturday 13th April: The Artistic Religious Environment. An afternoon workshop led by Dr Geoff Brammall, Reader at St Martin's, and Anthony Burton, Trustee of St Martin's Heritage Trust, exploring how developments in art and religious practice influenced the design of Churches (including St Martin's Church).
24 November 2018: Children's workshop-Christmas Tree Decorations. One week before the Church Christmas Tree Festival, a fun afternoon for children of all ages making decorations based on the Art within the Church. Further details shortly.