After the service people stayed to enjoy wine and canapes served in the chancel. If he fails to hit the shield full-on, the sack will swing around and knock him on the back of the head! At one point Father Anthony blessed chalk and the whole congregation, including little Aaron, processed out through the North door to mark the frames with the magi's initials before returning through the south door.
Sometimes a squire rode into battle to attend and observe his knight. With the help of Jeff Rowlett our treasurer and the support of the PCC this was launched at a party in the village hall in February. The mulled wine produced by our new vintner Cherrill Sands was enjoyed by all.
He becomes good at vaulting over his horse while wearing chain mail, and he rides hard while hunting and leaping over ditches and hedges. They regaled people with tales and pictures of their five-week motorcycling adventure in Patagonia, South America to raise money for the bell restoration project at St Andrew's.
On Monday 20th June they will be collected and taken to the foundry; a visit to the foundry will be arranged in the Autumn when we will be able to see our new bell cast and the existing bells being retuned. The Bishop of Peterborough the Right Reverend Donald Allister attended a special service to re-dedicate the bells and to accept the new 'Rita' bell from Simon Adams a director of Taylor's Bell Foundry in front of Reverend David Bond and a packed church, people were standing at the back and sitting on the stone ledges too.
Subsequent comments should be made on the article's talk page or in Wikipedia talk: Obviously we are delighted and looking forward to beginning the project. Saturday 11th June The bells in St Andrew's church were rung for the last time before going off the the bell foundry to be refurbished and tuned; it was a historic day as the they will never sound the same again.
When they are returned we will have a sixth bell to be dedicated in the name of Rita Bond, a hardworking church warden and verger who worked tirelessly for the church for more than 30 years.
The Church, which had been decorated by villagers the previous day, looked very bright and colourful with fresh fruit and vegetables, jars of preserves, homemade cakes and bread and beautiful floral arrangements on every surface for Graham Sands to auction after the service.
These weekends weren't about raising money, it was a true celebration of a community project to restore the bells and to augment the ring to six.
She also created a sea of wool underneath the bells displayed in the base of the tower and it gave the impression of them sitting on a cushion. We were very fortunate to welcome Nick Penny to our service who played his harp for a musical interlude.
We warmly welcome her and look forward to getting to know her better in the coming months. Reverend Anne is now firmly in post and conducted her first service in Cotterstock the day after her induction.
Used the United States link. Tuesday 12th July A sad day for the village. Please do not modify it. The newly refurbished bells are a War Memoial for the village and, as the bells were tolled, it felt that it is a living memorial to those brave men.
Beautiful troughs of flowers were exhibited alongside more formal arrangements and it was a truly amazing display.
After the service all of the offerings were auctioned by Adrian Eldridge and then juice and harvest bars were served in the chancel.Gardner Taylor, president of the largest and most about Dorsey.
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