PARISH CHURCH
CAROLS SERVICE 2015
CHRISTMAS FAYRE 2015
ARMISTICE SUNDAY 2015
CHRISTMAS CAROL SERVICE
ARMISTICE SUNDAY 2014
SAINTS FLOWER FESTIVAL
ST OSYTH DAY 2014
ARMISTICE DAY SERVICE
FLOWER FESTIVAL 2013
A GIFT TO THE NEEDY
OPEN GARDENS 2013
COMEMORATION CLOCK
FLOWER FESTIVAL 2012
OUTDOOR CONCERT INSIDE!
SPECIAL JUBILEE SERVICE
SALVATION ARMY CAROLS 2011
ARMISTICE DAY 2011
PUB SIGNS IN FLOWERS
OPEN GARDENS 2011
CAROLS WITH SALLY ARMY
RBL ANIVERSARY 2010
NEW VICAR INSTALLED
FLOWER FESTIVAL 2010
CHURCH PARTY 2009
ARMISTICE SUNDAY 2009
ST OSYTH DAY 2009
ANIVS AND CELEBRATION
MARTIN LEAVES ST OSYTH
ARMISTICE DAY 2008
HEARTS AND ANGELS
900 YEAR FESTIVAL
EASTER 2008. PALM SUNDAY
REMEMBRANCE DAY
FASHION & FLOWERS
CRIB SERVICE 2006
CAROLS AT CHRISTMAS
COUNTRYSIDE FESTIVAL
SONGS OF PRAISE 2006
OPEN GARDENS 2006
FESTIVAL OF THE SEA
OPEN GARDENS 2005
V.E.DAY REMEMBERED
HARVEST SUPPER 2004
MEDIEVAL FAYRE 04
OPEN GARDENS 2004
REMEMBERING D-DAY
OPEN GARDENS 2003
ST. OSYTH DAY 2002
1950'S EXHIBITION
CHURCH ARMY OUTREACH
BEATING THE BOUNDS
JUBILEE CONCERT
LESSONS & CAROLS
FLOWER FEST 2001
YEAR 2000 FESTIVAL
CHURCH WOOD CARVING
LESONS AND CAROLS
WELCOME VICAR



The above programme of pub signs was prefaced by the following:
From Roman times, when most of the population was illiterate, a pole with foliage such as a Holly Bush, signified an Ale House. Later, inns were refuges for pilgrims, with a religious symbol, such as an Angel for recognition. After the reformation signs changed: For example St. Peter became the ‘Cross Keys’ and other pubs reflected famous people or events; Queen Victoria or Trafalgar or items of local village interests, such as the Plough and Sail or the Ferry Boat. Today modern names are more whimsical!

Now enjoy this web page as an inadequate substitute for visiting us over the Bank Holiday Weekend.


The Plough & Sail


The Cherry Tree


The Bull’s Head


The Crab & Pumpkin


The Rising Sun


The Good Life


The Carpenters Arms


The Flag


The Bowling Green


The White Hart


The Woolpack


The Shepherd & Dog


The Gardeners Arms


The Cricketers


The Queen Victoria


The Beehive/Blue Sari


The Thimble


The Nutshell


The Bell


The Breeches Bible


The Snooty Fox


The Hoy


St Osyth Pub Pictures


The Ferry Boat


The Flying Horse


The Harvest Home


The Red Lion


The Maypole


The Rose & Crown


The Butt & Oyster


The Kings Arms


Selection of Pub Games


The Green Man


(A place is always reserved for private prayer)


The Royal Oak


The Trafalgar


The Barge


The Organist – not flowers but music


The Fuchsileer


The Angel


The Apple Tree

The pictures above are to show web visitors who live too far away to visit us, how our Church was beautified by this year’s Flower Festival.

The ‘Friends of St Osyth Parish Church’ organise these event to raise money to maintain the Church and its contents for the greater benefit of local parishioners and the many hundreds of visitors we receive each year who come to St Osyth to holiday in one of the many facilities in the area, all of whom are most welcome!

If any reader, wherever they may live wishes to become a supporter of our Historic Church please contact
Mark Roberts roberts.stosyth@hotmail.co.uk

M.J.T.
9/9/11


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