Belgravians

The Belgravians, who meet for a range of social activites, took their name from the Square on which the Church was built. (At one time, there were houses virtually ringing the Church in what was Belgrave Square.)

Any member of the congregation can attend the Belgravians. The numbers of people who come to meetings are between 24 and 48. If you go regularly, you may be asked to pay a subscription of £1.00 per year. The group usually meets at Church on the 13th of every month. Sometimes the day can change if it clashes with another event, and sometimes the group meets elsewhere for a specific activity, e.g. bowling, barbecue, country walks, canal trips, cheese and wine, etc.

They eat a lot (or rather at all meetings!). Sometimes this is just biscuits and coffee, sometimes a full blown meal.