Friday 2nd July at 7.00pm in St Andrew's Church.
Tickets £10 on the door (children free) with Prosecco and light refreshments afterwards.
The early music trio, Hexachordia present a celebration of the English garden in music, song and words.
Playing on authentic copies of the original instruments from the Medieval and Tudor eras such as the harp, recorders, gittern, lutes and viols, the group perform music inspired by foprmal gardensv and the English countryside.
The Hexachordia Triop offer a fresh approach to early music.
They believe that by placing music in context it brings both the historic period and the music itself to life.
In preparation for the future full re-opening of the church a new guide has been produced that takes visitors on a tour of the building. Complete with a floor plan, the guide provides an understanding of the key features of St Andrew's and how it has developed through medieval, victorian and more modern times. Full of colur photographs it is hoped that the guide will be interesting and entertaining for visitors, as well as providing a take-away souvenir.
All proceeds will go towards the running of the church.
The library is now back on its schedule, visiting Thursford on 21st May, 18th June and 16th July. The library will stop at Sation Road - 1.50pm, the Methodist Chapel - 3.35pm and outside Clove Cottage - 4pm.
A chance to meet, chat and relax. A Parish Picnic will be held at St Andrew's on Saturday 26th June at 5pm. More information will follow.