We have been approached by the BBC to be featured in the new series of Michael Portillo’s “Great Railway Journeys.” If you have watched the previous series, you will know that Michael travels around the country on the railways following the Victorian travel writer, Bradshaw’s Guide. Although St. Mary Magdalene is not mentioned by name, Bradshaw does mention a church built in the time of Henry V11 and the Robert Graves memorial. The filming will take place on Tuesday 22nd May.
Last Sunday afternoon we held the Annual Parish Church meeting and 47 people attended.
The new PCC was elected and Margaret Laver and Diana Fletcher became new members. Nigel Birkett was elected as a Deanery Synod Representative. Mick Polley will join Angela Bayliss and Shirley Farrington as Church Wardens. We give thanks to all who volunteer to ensure St. Mary Magdalene church has good governance.
Please would PCC and Church Wardens note that we will give thanks to God for the appointments on the second Sunday in May. Please try to come on that day so we can pray for you.
At this moment in time, we have several home groups. These have been formed over a period of years and offer a wide variety of experiences. They meet on differing days and times and with varying degrees of regularity. They all give a mixture of learning and fellowship. Some are more experience based and others more factual, but none are threatening. Their numbers vary too, but all are open to welcome newcomers.
For more details, contact the Parish Office (01823 272441).
THE ELECTORAL ROLL is currently being revised. If you would like your name added please complete a form and either hand to a Church Warden or to the Parish Office. Forms and more details are at the back of the Church.