CHURCHGOERS are being invited to enjoy a taste of India this weekend to help support a repair and renovation scheme.

Work has started on the project at Lostock Green Methodist Church, which will cost more than £30,000 to complete.

The church is seeking the community’s support for events being held over the coming months which are raising funds for the much-needed repairs and renovations.

Tomorrow there is a family farm visit at Langford Farm in Lostock Green, from 11am to 2pm, and for details ring 01606 40229.

There is a Taste of India fundraiser at the Kanya Café Bar and Bistro in Northwich High Street on Saturday, with the three-course meal costing £25.

An art exhibition and coffee morning takes place at the village rooms at Lostock Green Methodist Church on Saturday, April 23, from 10.30am to 1pm, followed by a gift day and Lostock Green history display at the village rooms on Saturday, May 21 from 10am to 3pm.

Plumley Methodist Church hosts a coffee morning for the repairs scheme on Saturday, June 4 from 10.30am to midday, and there will be a Safari Supper on Saturday, June 11, from Davenham to Byley to Lostock Green.

Langford Farm is the venue on Saturday, June 25, for a coffee morning and cake sale, which runs from 10am to 1pm.

For details about any of the events ring Rosemary on 01606 41374.

A jumble sale on April 2 for the repair scheme was well attended and raised £475.

Thanks were expressed for the donations of goods and clothes by people from the church and the village, and for help in setting out stalls, selling and providing refreshments and clearing up afterwards.