We are looking for a suitably qualified or experienced person to fill the position of Assistant Cook within a hard-working and dedicated team here at St Katharine’s Parmoor.
Assistant Cook – up to 35hrs per week
Living in / Job sharing / less hours are all options
Some of the responsibilities are to…
St Katharine’s Parmoor is a Christian House of Prayer situated just outside the village of Frieth. It is a haven for quiet reflection for people of all faiths and none providing a venue for retreats, quiet days and other gatherings. As a legacy of Sue Ryder and the Sisters of St Katharine’s we are guardians of the ambitions they held.
Being a Christian is not an occupational requirement for this role but we would expect the successful applicant to be sympathetic and supportive to the Christian ethos of the house.
For further details please contact Stewart McCredie (Director) 01494 881037 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lady Ryder Memorial Garden, the one acre walled garden attached to St Katharine’s, will be open on Saturday 27th July to visitors. There will no doubt be an abundance of vegetables and fruit to buy on the day. See more at lrmg.co.uk
St Katharine’s apple juice is now available to buy £3.30 a bottle, 3 bottles for £9 or a case of 12 for £33.
We try and hold 3 or 4 talks a year. We have had 2 very successful and interesting evenings so far this year. Hoping to give a bit of variety, our next event will be a Quiz Night followed by another Supper Talk in November.
18th September 2019 – Wednesday – A night of good food, fun and lots of head-scratching!! The Quiz-master’s for the evening will be Hilary & Wiz Wiseman.
14th November 2019 – Thursday – Carole Petipher will give a talk around “Monet’s Paradise on Earth”. In it she looks at the Artist together with his creation at Giverny which is truly a Garden for all seasons. He was to find both inspiration and sanctuary there and today it is one of the most visited gardens in the world.
Carole lives locally but has worked for the last twenty years as a guide in France often using as her base, converted barges or petrol tankers! It all came about as a result of a sabbatical from her position in the French steel industry when she found herself a passage on a converted barge. Falling in love with the lifestyle she decided to give up the “proper job” and retrain as a guide. She now travels around the UK as a lecturer for The Arts Society in addition to guiding at Giverny.
Previous events this year;
18th July 2019 – Jill Eyres gave a talk entitled ‘Life and Death in a Roman Villa – the Hambleden Story‘. There have been some amazing discoveries in the Hambleden Valley and Jill spoke about what was happening there in Roman Britain.
Jill is well known locally and has worked on archaeological sites in the UK as well as abroad.
4th April 2019 – Timothy Walker spoke on ‘The Healing Power of Plants‘. It was a wonderful evening all round. 80 people enjoyed some good food and a wonderful and informative talk from Timothy.
Timothy is an eloquent, knowledgeable and entertaining speaker, who came highly recommended.
Thank you for a wonderful afternoon tea. ”
Oasis, Christ Church - Jul 2018
Thank you for having us! Great stay, lovely garden and helpful staff. See you again next year. ”
Vacation Project, Lincoln College Oxford - Aug 2018
The success of the weekend was helped ... by the quality of the accommodation ... the generous provision of our food but perhaps most of all the staff ”
Bereaved dads' weekend Nov 2018
This has been a wonderful caring time. Thank you St Katharine's staff team. ”
NW & JT, Marlow - Oct 2018