Monday, 26 June 2017

July 2017 News & Notes

Every marriage is different because couples vary in their choices. Although the media tell us vast sums are required, that need not necessarily be the case. Doing what is appropriate for the families involved is what counts. Simple arrangements work well. For example, Sarah Ryan was given away by son Matthew. Then Peter Timms led his new bride from the Church round the corner to The Spice Ship for a great reception.

Four halls in Preston held a traditional Rectory Garden Party which included Ed Hintze and his merry troupe of singers. Congratulations to Carole Anders who masterminded arrangements. Some £800 was raised.

Laura Lombard is cycling End to End to support those with dementia. She is co-founder of which gives details of the Land's End to John O'Groats challenge, and Deputy Head at St Andrew's School. The site also shows how you can give to the project. She's the one holding her bike in front of the Eiffel Tower, Paris.

Dean of Salisbury is leaving to become Bishop of Llandaff, Cardiff. Canon Tim will be at her final service of Evensong on Sunday 9 July, and sitting in the Preston stall.