Thought for the Month – July 2015

I just wonder, is it me, or just my age? Thought for the month  – by Ellis Collier I remember when I first started to learn to drive in 1964, the person who taught me was an ex-policemen and the cost of each lesson was 7s and 6d. The car was bought by my dad […]

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Thought for the Month – June 2015

by Valerie Marron The Mail on Sunday, March 29th 2015 published an article in which Archbishop Sentamu and former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey made comments.  It reads as follows:   ”ASDA, Sainsbury’s and the Co-op snub Christian Easter eggs. Supermarkets have been accused of pursuing an ‘anti-Christian agenda’ after refusing to sell Easter eggs […]

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Thought for the Month May 2105

by Jean Hibbert VOTES FOR WOMEN!!! We’ve heard it all before!  Swingometers – a hung parliament – the MORI poll -unpredictable outcome – tightest election for decades – roll on 8th May and it will all be over!  But just before you decide you can’t be bothered or feel your vote doesn’t matter think on […]

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Thought for the Month April 2105

By kay Holt The Impact of Loneliness and Isolation I often wonder what it would be like without companionship, without the love of others and their joy in sharing in our joy and their empathy when sharing in our sadness. We all love to share our special moments and feel so much better when we […]

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Thought for the Month: March 2015

by Bob Chapman It seems to me that I have always been a bit of an armchair bellringer.  This can be traced back to my school days when some of my pals took up ‘The Exercise’, and over 50 years later, they are still at it.  I however, never quite got the hang of it. […]

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Thought for the Month February 2015

By Barbara Worsley A few years ago, I embroidered a sampler which now hangs in my house and I pass it many times every day.  It is, as samplers often are, a formal depiction of something akin to a scene from an Elizabethan knot garden or a mediaeval Book of Hours, with miniature flora and fauna […]

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