Nature Cafe - Every Friday from 11.00am-1.00pm ( currently suspended)

Incredible Edible Egerton (formerly IEBX) runs a weekly cafe on a Friday morning, the Nature Cafe. This is run alongside the regular weekly meeting of the Incredible Edible Egerton gardeners, when we get together and work in the garden, planting vegetables, herbs etc.

The Nature Cafe enables us to open up the gardens to others whilst also offering healthy, diabetic friendly food, and is a space for local people to get together.

We want this to be a space where everyone is welcome, a chance for all generations to meet; where people with various health conditions or none, can come and enjoy the wonderful views and atmosphere in our gardens.

If you would like to find out more about getting involved with the cafe, we are always looking for people interested in:
Helping in the cafe
Leading short guided walks
Doing some gardening
Talking and making people welcome

To find out more, we are there every Friday from 10.30am-12.30am; or tel. Sharon on (01204) 418125 or Lynne on (01204) 307556.

Our Sunday School (currently suspended)
We are a group of about 14 children and we meet on the second and fourth Sundays of every month from 11.00 a.m. - 12 noon. Our ages range from 12 months to 11 years old.

We go into Chapel for the first 15 minutes and join in the service with the other members of the congregation. We take the collection before we come across to the School Room for our own session. Our mums or dads can come with us as well if they want to.

Every week we have a 'news & views' session when we can share with everyone what we have been doing. Then one of the Sunday School leaders tells us about our topic or reads a story. Then we usually make something or get involved in an activity'. At the end of our session, we light our chalice candles, sing our song and say a prayer. Then we can play.

We always have fun and enjoy playing with our friends. We try to learn about the world so that we can work out for ourselves what we believe in.

These are some of the things that we have done in the past:

  • Learned about Fairtrade
  • Studied wildlife
  • Played with drums
  • Held a teddy's bear picnic
  • Written our own prayers
  • Filled shoeboxes at Christmas to send to refugee camps
  • Drew some pictures of our Chapel's history.

Gong Bath Sound Therapy Meditation
The monthly gong bath sessions have recommenced and take place on the second Tuesday of the month. The sessions are run by Ondray Botkovelli from Langho, they last from 7.30-8.30pm and they give you the opportunity to bathe in the healing, resonant harmonics of six Japanese gongs. Prior registration is now required in accordance with Covid regulations. Please register on