The chapel at Cranleigh Prep School is looking wonderful today, as pupils and staff took part in a lovely service this morning, celebrating the Harvest Festival. All the window sills, and several tables around the chapel, were adorned with goodies ranging from fresh fruit and vegetables, to chocolates, biscuits and tinned food.
Rupert Shelley, from Titus Trust, gave a very good sermon; his bag of fruit and vegetables from all over the world, ranging from a marrow from Dorset and an onion from Holland to a pear from France and a banana from Kent provided much entertainment for his audience!
Tomorrow the Chamber Choir will sing four songs, including All things bright and beautiful to the residents of Rowleys Day Centre in Cranleigh, just before their Wednesday morning bingo session. They will be accompanied by Neil Green (the School Chaplain), Catherine Beddison (Director of Music) and Marie Ward (Head of Piano).
We are extremely grateful to all our pupils and their families for such generous donations to the Harvest collection. I’m sure they will be very much appreciated and enjoyed by all those who receive them via Rowleys.