Monthly Archives: April 2010

Which font? Vote now.

This is the Norman font. It was thrown out into the churchyard when the Victorians re-ordered the church. It was later found under loads of brambles and restored to church in 1930.  It now sits in the North aisle.  This is … Continue reading

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Cathedral evensong

Bliss.  I’m in heaven. Just back from cathedral evensong where our rural dean was installed as a non residentiary canon. It is lovely just to sit in the cathedral with nothing to do but let the music, worship and atmosphere of … Continue reading

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Big brother is reading

 I complained on this blog that the major parties couldn’t be bothered to address me by name, what happens?  Today on the mat are three tracts all addressed to me. Well that’s alright then.

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I vote too

Pamphlets from the major political parties arrive through the door addressed to my husband.  I am beginning to feel that I don’t exist in my own right.  I suppose I should applaud the canvassers for saving paper but I don’t … Continue reading

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3 down one to go

A busy week, with three APCMs. Attendance not bad and all so diffierent ranging from Dibley to staight-laced and formal. Reflecting now on how to make this necessary part of church life more exciting.

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Going with the (ash) flow

Mathmagic is currently stuck in Sweden.  It will do him good to realise that sometimes you have no control over the unfolding events around you so the best policy is to go with the flow and enjoy the adventure. That’s … Continue reading

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I hope George Loveless is smiling today

(thanks to B as I nicked most of this from his April vicars letter in the parish magazine) Today is an exciting day for Tolpuddle. Today is a momentous day for Tolpuddle! Today we put an end to almost 200 … Continue reading

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