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Oct

A Vicar Writes: October 2018

As I write this post its apparent that the seasons are definitely changing. The leaves are turning and already beginning to fall, leaving a decent covering on the driveway! If […]

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Sep

A Vicar Writes: September 2018

As I write its Thursday 23rd August, for a lot of people its just an ordinary Thursday…however, for those born 16 years ago its not. As I look out of […]

03
Sep

A vicar writes: July & August 2018

I do enjoy the July-August edition because it means that summer holidays are upon us!!! If you’ve been reading my letters long enough, you will know that I love the […]

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Jun

A Vicar Writes: June 2018

Last weekend was a scorcher! Everyone was enjoying the sunshine, the shops were selling BBQ food and the sun cream was flying off the shelves. We managed to enjoy an […]

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May

A Vicar Writes: May 2018

As I write this letter, we’ve just had the hottest April day on record for over 40 years!!!! I love the sun, obviously it brings with it a warmth but […]

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Apr

A Vicar Writes: Church Re-ordering

This months letter is slightly different to the normal format, in it I will outline the major focus that we face as a church in the coming few years. You […]

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Apr

A Vicar Writes: April

Well Spring has finally sprung!! Hooray, I hear you cry!  I love the spring, the light nights bring a welcome relief from the endless dark winter months, the change in […]

01
Feb

A Vicar Writes: February 2018

January seems to have shot by in a blur! After the busy Christmas period it seems like January has just been and gone! In essence, a lot has taken place […]

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Dec

A Vicar Writes: December 2017

I think a constant thread through my blogs this year has been how quickly the time seems to be flying by! I can’t believe I am writing the December edition!! […]

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Oct

A Vicar Writes: November 2017

As I write this letter, its October 16th and we are experiencing some high winds as Storm Ophelia strikes Ireland and the west coast of Great Britain. We are reminded […]

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