The Gospel Mission Church on Old Road is planning a harvest which celebrates the talents and skills of the local community.
Representatives from businesses, schools and other local organisations have been invited to talk about living and working in Brampton. One business that will be represented is Johnson’s Ironmongers who have served Brampton for 125 years this year. Mr Johnson will be speaking at the service and there will be a small exhibition of photos of the historic shop in the church.
The harvest service is to be held on October 6, at 2.30pm, and is followed by afternoon tea and an auction of harvest offerings in aid of the neo-natal baby unit at Chesterfield Royal Hospital.