As restrictions begin to ease, we look forward to the gradual re-opening of the church.

A provisional programme for the remainder of 2021 will be available on the website. However, this will inevitably be subject to change, so do please check for updates.

In August, there will be a Tyne Valley Parish service. We also hope to be able to hold an afternoon/evening concert in the church.

Harriet and Michael Dalrymple are hosting an event at Oxenfoord Castle on the 25th and 26th August. It is a musical revue entitled ‘Colours’ by the Fingask Follies with drinks and a light supper. Crichton Collegiate Church Trust is one of the charities which will benefit from this performance. Details and a Booking Form can be found here.

In September, we will be taking part in Midlothian Doors Open Day. The Lammermuir Festival were keen to return this year, but due to seating restrictions, this is now looking increasingly unlikely.

A Service of Remembrance will be held in November and Carols at Crichton in December.

Our priority remains the safety of everyone and we will continue to observe any restrictions that may be in place as the year unfolds.

There is no annual mailing this year, however the Membership/Donation Form is available here for those who would like to continue to support the Trust financially through these challenging times.

The Annual General Meeting will again be held online via Zoom. Details to be found on the website.

On behalf of the Trustees, I would like to thank you for your continued support.

Henry Duncan

2021-06-07T12:51:56+00:00 June 7th, 2021|News|