Monthly Archives: August 2014

Humshaugh – St Peter (again)

I visited Humshaugh on Boxing Day 2010, and went back on 20 August 2014 to have a look at some plans they have for new access on the north side – their problem at the moment being that the access … Continue reading

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Bamburgh – St Aidan (again)

It was 2011 when I blogged about Bamburgh. I went back earlier this year but the photos weren’t brilliant. This coming Sunday (31 August 2014) is the Feast of St Aidan and I want to do an Evening Service about … Continue reading

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Fenham – Holy Cross

I email my Deanery colleagues to thank them for their cover during my sabbatical and said I was around in August “if you need any help”. Me and my big mouth! It was lovely to be invited to do the … Continue reading

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Seghill – Holy Trinity

Seghill church does not feel as if it is in Seghill – you drive through the town, waving at the Methodists well located on the main street, cross the level crossing on the freight line, turn left at the P&G … Continue reading

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