Andrew Fendick: November 2016
St Andrews church on Weyhill Road Andover celebrated its 60th Anniversary with a tea and film show on Saturday 26th November. The Anniversary service on Sunday 27th November was led by Mrs Christine Stuckey. She was joined by her husband, Revd Tom Stuckey and after the service she cut the cake and we all enjoyed a piece with a drink of tea or coffee.
Seen in the picture is (L to R), Revd Tom Stuckey, Mrs Christine Stuckey and Senior Steward Mr Derek Fisher.
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