10/7/17: Fiona Shaw Talk: 'The Sweetest Thing: Making it Up in York
Fiona Shaw is the author of a memoir and four novels. She has lived in or near York for over thirty years. Her first novel, The Sweetest Thing (Virago, 2003), is set in Victorian York in the midst of the cocoa wars and industrial expansion. It features a Quaker chocolate factory that is not Rowntree’s. Her forthcoming novel, The Outwalkers, is set in a future England.
29/6/17: Reading Group
Come along to the St. D's Reading Group. This month we'll be reading the second half of John Pritchard's 'Something More.' If you'd like to come, please email our church warden, Rodney: rtroubridge
6/7/17: World Music Monthly
Local musicians Joska and Anthony will be performing one of their world music sets at St. Denys on the evening of Thursday 6th July between 7.00pm and 9.30pm. For more information go to our regular events page here.
23/7/17: Brunch and Bubbly at the Vicarage
Join us after the service for some light snacks and a bit of bubbly as we celebrate moving into the second phase of our North Aisle Renewal Project. This is a ticketed event at £7 per ticket with all the money raised going to save our north aisle. To secure your ticket, or for more information please contact: email@example.com