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Seaside trip to Folkestone (Kent) on the South Coast of England

Dear Parishioners!

On Tuesday, 25 July 2017, we are proposing to organise a day trip to the seaside at Folkestone (Kent) for our families and children.

We will have an opportunity to serve a moleben in the local ancient Church, where the relics of St.Eanswythe are kept. St.Eanswythe, also known as St Eanswide, was an Anglo-Saxon princess, who in 630, founded a convent in Folkestone, which is claimed to be the first convent in England.

The rest of the day will be free to be spent as people decide, either by the sea or visiting the town. It is expected that people will bring a packed lunch or they are free to eat at a local restaurant.

Anyone under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent of guardian


The Coach will depart from the Church in Harvard Road at 8:30 am, and depart from Folkestone at 17.00 arriving in London around 20:00

The Estimated cost for the excursion will be between £20-£25, depending on number of people travelling.

Anybody, wishing to participate, please contact:

Ksenia Firsova :