northernvicarwalks July 2020

This cartoon was in Private Eye and it sums everything up better than I can. I should have been celebrating my 25th anniversary of Ordination, instead we are struggling to get churches reopened. We had our first Sunday service at St Matthew’s on 19 July – St Edmund’s has had the builders in, so that delayed things there.

Some local walks to Quorn, Duffield and along the old railway to Breadsall.

A very wet day at Blist’s Hill Museum at Ironbridge.

Trips to Kedleston Hall, our nearest National Trust property.

A new whill3 powerchair from TGA Mobility, named Morgan. It means Julie can get a lot further and I don’t have to push. We took her to Hardwick Hall, another lovely National Trust property.

Facebook ramblings done as usual. I walked 59 miles, so I have done 284 miles this year.

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