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Tuesday 1 September 2015
What has September in store for us as far as the weather is concerned I wonder? Glorious sunsets like this maybe, or early autumn mist and rain? For ...more
Wednesday 1 July 2015
Summer at last! It’s good to feel warm, to have the mud on the dog walk dried up, and to see the garden in glorious technicolour. The school, college ...more
Monday 15 June 2015
St Peter and St Paul share a special feast day towards the end of the month. You will remember Peter, the fisherman, whose name was originally Simon ...more
Monday 1 June 2015
Please Pray For Refugees risking their lives in boats The war-torn parts of the world School children and students at college as they approach the ...more
Wednesday 20 May 2015
I’m sure you know where this is – we take the simple beauty of our verges and glorious trees almost for granted. Pause and have a second look next ...more
Friday 1 May 2015
There’s a question many of us have asked or been asked; usually when something terrible has happened – a young child diagnosed with leukaemia; an ...more
Thursday 23 April 2015
St George slays the dragon
Saint George (c. 275/281 – 23 April 303 AD), born in Lydda in Roman Palestine, was a soldier in the Roman army and was later venerated as a Christian ...more
Sunday 5 April 2015
He was born in an obscure villageThe child of a peasant womanHe grew up in another obscure villageWhere he worked in a carpenter shopUntil he was ...more
Monday 16 March 2015
Said to be “mad” March hares because they start boxing as the mating season commences. These two fine fellows were snapped in Norfolk.
We like March, his shoes are purple,He is new and high;Makes he mud for dog and peddler,Makes he forest dry;Knows the adder's tongue his coming,And ...more
Sunday 1 March 2015
Signs of life and hope, new birth, the end of winter; snowdrops have been a February blessing, so look forward to even more crocuses in March and all the floral harbingers of Spring
Look up March in Wikipedia and you will find that its derivation is all about the start of the new agricultural year. The days are longer, the soil ...more

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