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Updated Listing Mondays 24 July-21 August, 12.30-1.15pm: Charity Events, Music
Summer Recitals 2017 at Wimborne Minster
Monday 24 July: ‘No Direction’ – Quartet
Monday 31 July: Sean Tucker – Organ
Monday 7 August: Dorset Accordion Orchestra
Monday 14 August: Caren Courts – Soprano
Monday 21 August: Sarah Abbott – Saxophone
Poster here
Free entry: retiring collection for Minster funds.
Inquiries to Anthony Oliver via or 01202 888703.

Updated Listing Until 29 July: Family Events, 800ths
Find the Whale Trail in Winterborne Stickland
There are 12 whales hiding in various places. Pick up a sheet from Stickland church porch and have a go! Each whale has a number and a letter: all the letters are an anagram of two words connected with the Bible.
Take a fun photo to enter the Valley Gardening Club Summer Show on Saturday 19 August.
Sunday 30 July, 10am: special celebration for the church’s 800th birthday!
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Updated Listing 18–22 July, 6pm: Music Events
Laudemus! Choral Evensong in Country Churches
Their 27th Annual Tour.
Musical Director: Jeremy Jackman
Organist: David Coram
Tuesday 18: St Gregory, Marnhull
Wednesday 19: Milton Abbey Church
Thursday 20: St Mary, Beaminster
Friday 21: St Nicholas, Durweston
Saturday 22: Minster Church, Wimborne
Poster here

Updated Listing Saturday 22 July, 2.30-4pm: Charity Events
Sarum St Martin’s Rectory Garden Party at the Rectory, 42 Tollgate Road, Salisbury
Cream teas bar, stalls, children’s area, quiz: a parish family event.
Free admission: all welcome.
Money raised will be split between church funds and Alabaré.
Inquire via 01722 503123 or . www.sarumstmartin.org.uk

Updated Listing Tuesday 25 July, 6.30pm: Author Events
'Fierce Imaginings' at Sarum College Bookshop, Salisbury SP1 2EE
Meet author Rachel Mann who will talk about and read from her latest book, Fierce Imaginings: The Great War, Ritual, Memory and God.
Rachel will also be in conversation with Peter Price, retired Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Rachel Mann is a priest and writer based in south Manchester. She is the author of four books, including the bestselling Dazzling Darkness, and is Resident Poet and Minor Canon at Manchester Cathedral.
“This is the most searching and original book I have read about the Impact of the First World War on the faith and the myths of this country”. – Rowan Williams
“This is not just another book on the tragedy of the First World War. It is an intelligent, personal and provocative study of human identity and the symbols and rituals with which we seek to explore it.” – Mark Oakley, Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral
“This is an astonishing book – a profound and searching multi-disciplinary examination of the First World War and its cultural history, a meditation on faith and identity” – Michael Symmons Roberts, Poet and Professor of Poetry at Manchester Metropolitan University
Tickets are £3 to include a glass of wine.
For tickets visit the Bookshop, email or telephone 01722 326899.

Updated Listing CANCELLED: 5/6 Aug
Wedding Dresses through the Ages at St Mary's Church, Charlton Marshall
Please note that owing to unforeseen circumstances, this event will not take place.
It is hoped to reschedule the exhibition at a time in late spring / early summer next year.
Details to follow later.
Inquiries to Peter Elliott via .

Updated Listing Sunday 13 August, 2.30-5pm: Fairs, Fetes and Festivals
Cream Tea and Home Grown or Baked Produce at St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers BH16 6BS
Have you missed St Mary’s Summer Cream Teas? Fear not, we have one left in August!
‘Home Grown or Home Baked’ is the theme for this month’s tea. Come and enjoy a delicious homemade cream tea and purchase a gift or two lovingly created by one of our talented village ladies.
Inquiries to Debbie Phipps via .

Updated Listing Monday 18 September, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
God Created Humanism' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
Dr Theo Hobson, a theologian based in Cambridge, looks at humanism and questions its secular credentials.
In his book 'God Created Humanism' he, in Rowan Williams's words,
"invites us to recognise that the core moral values of liberal modernity did not fall ready made from a secular heaven but or the deposit of a long theological tradition. But... he makes it clear that this is a challenge to contemporary religious complacency at least as much as to a smug and patronising secularity".
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

Updated Listing Monday 9 October, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
'I think, therefore I am?' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
Jon Riding, in addition to his role as the coordinator of the Insight Programme at the Abbey, has for almost 30 years lead a ground breaking research team working in computational linguistics for the Bible Societies. He is also a theologian at Sarum College where he tutors ministry candidates and teaches biblical languages. Much of his work for the Bible Societies is in building computer systems that can learn about language for themselves.
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

Updated Listing Monday 6 November, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
'Feeling Mortal' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
One of the inescapable realities of being human is death. Christianity is sometimes accused of denying this reality but in fact sees death not so much as an ending but a new beginning. The Revd Andrew Edwards MA has for many years been chaplain to a Children's Hospice and is better qualified than most to reflect on the encounter of the human being with approaching mortality.
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

Updated Listing Monday 27 November, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
'Made in the Image' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
With Amy Orr-Ewing, Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA).
Dorothy L Sayers is best known as the creator of suave sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey, but she was also one of the finest Anglican theologians of the 20th century. Sayers challenged the patriarchal church of her day to broaden its understanding of what it means to be human, male and female and in her book 'Mind of the Maker' used the creative process in the arts and literature to illuminate theology and vice versa.
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

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July 2017

Updated Listing Until 29 July: Family Events, 800ths
Find the Whale Trail in Winterborne Stickland
There are 12 whales hiding in various places. Pick up a sheet from Stickland church porch and have a go! Each whale has a number and a letter: all the letters are an anagram of two words connected with the Bible.
Take a fun photo to enter the Valley Gardening Club Summer Show on Saturday 19 August.
Sunday 30 July, 10am: special celebration for the church’s 800th birthday!
More on Facebook

Until Thursday 31 August: Exhibitions
History, Heritage and Landscape 
at Milton Abbey, DT11 0BZ
http://capabilitybrownatmiltonabbey.org/

Updated Listing 18–22 July, 6pm: Music Events
Laudemus! Choral Evensong in Country Churches
Their 27th Annual Tour.
Musical Director: Jeremy Jackman
Organist: David Coram
Tuesday 18: St Gregory, Marnhull
Wednesday 19: Milton Abbey Church
Thursday 20: St Mary, Beaminster
Friday 21: St Nicholas, Durweston
Saturday 22: Minster Church, Wimborne
Poster here

Wednesday 19 July, 6-9pm
Laudemus! at Milton Abbey, DT11 0BZ
Laudemus! will sing cathedral style Choral Evensong to music by William Smith, Orlando Gibbons, Charles Villiers Stanford and Charles Wood. The Musical Director is Jeremy Jackman and the Organist is David Coram.
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Saturday 22 July: Charity Events
'coffee+JAZZ' at St Mary's Parish Church, Bridport DT6 3NW
The next sessions are on 19 August and 23 September.
Inquiries to Barry Gibbs via .

Saturday 22 July, 11am-4pm
Abseiling the Tower at St Mary's Church, Steeple Ashton BA14 6EW
Those aged 12+ can abseil down the 90ft church tower with a qualified instructor.
Treasure hunt for families; refreshments available; allocated time given.
£15 adult, £5 school children.
Places are limited! Early booking advised via web form or Rosemary Brett-Green (, 01380 870119).

Updated Listing Saturday 22 July, 2.30-4pm: Charity Events
Sarum St Martin’s Rectory Garden Party at the Rectory, 42 Tollgate Road, Salisbury
Cream teas bar, stalls, children’s area, quiz: a parish family event.
Free admission: all welcome.
Money raised will be split between church funds and Alabaré.
Inquire via 01722 503123 or www.sarumstmartin.org.uk

Saturday 22 July, 7-9pm: Bellringing
6-bell practice at Lychett Matravers.
Special Methods will be Plain and Little, St Clements, Kent TB and Double Oxford - in that order. Also your choice of Doubles; from Plain Hunt, Slow Course methods, Grandsire, etc.
Inquiries via dcacbr@gmail.com.

Sunday 23 July, 3pm: Bereavement
'Saying Goodbye' at Wimborne Minster, BH21 1HT
The Mariposa Trust is holding one of its ‘Saying Goodbye’ services of remembrance for people who have suffered the loss of a baby, at any stage of pregnancy, at birth or in infancy, whether the loss be recent or historic. The services take place at Cathedrals, Minsters and Abbeys across the UK, with 20 taking place in 2017. This will be the second time the service takes place in Wimborne.
You can see more at www.sayinggoodbye.org.

Updated Listing Mondays 24 July-21 August, 12.30-1.15pm: Charity Events, Music
Summer Recitals 2017 at Wimborne Minster
Monday 24 July: ‘No Direction’ – Quartet
Monday 31 July: Sean Tucker – Organ
Monday 7 August: Dorset Accordion Orchestra
Monday 14 August: Caren Courts – Soprano
Monday 21 August: Sarah Abbott – Saxophone
Poster here
Free entry: retiring collection for Minster funds.
Inquiries to Anthony Oliver via  or 01202 888703.

Updated Listing Tuesday 25 July, 6.30pm: Author Events
'Fierce Imaginings' at Sarum College Bookshop, Salisbury SP1 2EE
Meet author Rachel Mann who will talk about and read from her latest book, Fierce Imaginings: The Great War, Ritual, Memory and God.
Rachel will also be in conversation with Peter Price, retired Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Rachel Mann is a priest and writer based in south Manchester. She is the author of four books, including the bestselling Dazzling Darkness, and is Resident Poet and Minor Canon at Manchester Cathedral.
“This is the most searching and original book I have read about the Impact of the First World War on the faith and the myths of this country”. – Rowan Williams
“This is not just another book on the tragedy of the First World War. It is an intelligent, personal and provocative study of human identity and the symbols and rituals with which we seek to explore it.” – Mark Oakley, Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral
“This is an astonishing book – a profound and searching multi-disciplinary examination of the First World War and its cultural history, a meditation on faith and identity” – Michael Symmons Roberts, Poet and Professor of Poetry at Manchester Metropolitan University
Tickets are £3 to include a glass of wine.
For tickets visit the Bookshop, email  or telephone 01722 326899.

28-31 July: Fairs, Fetes and Festivals
Inspirations Flower Festival at All Saints’ Church, Milford on Sea
This exciting event will be taking place alongside the Village’s Arts and Music Festival. Entry is free, and all profits from donations will be split between Oakhaven Hospice Trust and the All Saints’ Building Repair Fund.
Inquiries to Jackie Parker via .

Saturday 29 July, 10am-4pm
Leigh Food Fair and Classic Cars at Leigh Village Hall, DT9 6HL
Taste and buy some of the best food supplied by local Dorset Producers. Display of Classic Cars and Motorbikes. BBQ. Children's activities. Entry Adults £2. Children Free. Proceeds to St Andrews Church Leigh, The Hub and other charities. 
Plenty of Free parking. No need to book, just attend!
Inquiries to Elizabeth Turnbull via 01935 873846 or .

Saturday 29 July – Wednesday 9 Aug 2017
Music and the Expressive Arts: A study visit to Southern India
A unique 12-day journey of learning through the South Indian state of Karnataka. The aim of the trip is to learn about the rich musical traditions that take place in this part of India, to learn about the expressive arts that link to music in India and will also explore elements of India’s changing and developing cultural geography. Full details here.

Important Listing Sunday 30 July, 5.30pm
A service of celebration and lament to mark the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality at St Peter’s, Dorchester DT1 1XA
With the Bishop of Salisbury.
Flyer here

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August 2017

Tuesday 1 August, 10am-4pm: Sherborne Insight
Painting and Prayer at Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
A day workshop exploring the creativity of art and prayer with Cecily Dodwell and Yolanda White. Places are limited, please book early!
More details online.

Updated Listing CANCELLED: 5-6 Aug
Wedding Dresses through the Ages at St Mary's Church, Charlton Marshall
Please note that owing to unforeseen circumstances, this event will not take place.
It is hoped to reschedule the exhibition at a time in late spring / early summer next year. 
Details to follow later.
Inquiries to Peter Elliott via .

Important Listing Sunday 6 August, 11am onwards: Salisbury-Sudan Link
A Day at the Polo – the Kadugli Cup at Tidworth Polo Club, SP9 7AH
Bradford on Avon is holding a day in aid of its link Diocese in Sudan, Kadugli and the Nuba Mountains. This will form part of the Exton Park Country Polo Day at which there will be a full day of polo from 11am onwards, with two tournaments: one for the Exton Park Kings Royal Hussars Cup and the other for the Kadugli, which, this year, will be presented by Bishop Ed.
Admission is £60 per car and two adults; this includes a bottle of Exton Park award winning sparkling wine and a hog roast for two. Additional adults are £15 each, with children free. Please bring extra picic as necessary and glasses.
Tickets from Christopher Fielden, 19, The Street, Broughton Gifford SN12. Cheques should be made payable to Bradford on Avon Deanery.
Inquiries to Christopher via .

Updated Listing Sunday 13 August, 2.30-5pm: Fairs, Fetes and Festivals
Cream Tea and Home Grown or Baked Produce at St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers BH16 6BS
Have you missed St Mary’s Summer Cream Teas? Fear not, we have one left in August!
‘Home Grown or Home Baked’ is the theme for this month’s tea. Come and enjoy a delicious homemade cream tea and purchase a gift or two lovingly created by one of our talented village ladies.
Inquiries to Debbie Phipps via .

Saturday 19 August: Charity Events
'coffee+JAZZ' at St Mary's Parish Church, Bridport DT6 3NW
The final session is on 23 September.
Inquiries to Barry Gibbs via .

Sunday 20 August to Sunday 27 August: Edington Arts
The Edington Festival at Edington Priory Church, BA13 4QN
Director: Richard Pinel
Theme: The Beatitudes
Friday Requiem Mass: Gabriel Fauré
Commissions from Robert Walker and Piers Kennedy.
Further information from 01380 830512 or .
More details in due course. Check www.edingtonfestival.org

Wednesday 23 August, 6.30 for 7pm: Music, Charity Events
Edington Festival Musical Supper on the Parish Field, Edington BA13 4PG
As all who have attended this event in the past know, the Musical Supper evening is a wonderfully light-hearted and enjoyable occasion during which Festival singers give a stunning demonstration of close harmony music-making between courses. The event has the bonus of helping fund parish activities such as the Parish Hall and the Three Villages Minibus. Home-made puddings have also become something of a feature of the evening.
Tickets, price £25 each, can be booked from June 1st from Hugh Hancock, either by post to Dunge Farm, West Ashton, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 6AX,e-mail at or phone on 01225 754626. Cheques should be made payable to Edington Priory Church Music Evening. Please let Hugh know if you would like to sit with friends and he’ll do his level best to accommodate you!

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September 2017

Important Listing 1 September–4 October
Creationtide
Prayers and reflections as we care for Creation.
Sign up for daily emails here.

Saturday 2 September, 10.30am-4pm
“We are all missionary disciples”: the Ebbsfleet Lay Congress 2017 at Coventry Cathedral
Speakers: Bishop Philip North and Fr Damian Feeney
You are invited to join Bishop Jonathan.
Poster hereinvitation here 
Reservations: . 0118 948 1038.

Thursday 7 September, 6.30-8.30pm: Charity Events
Kate Adie in Conversation with Lord Phillips at the Tithe Barn, Hinton Waldrist, Sturminster Newton
Lord Phillips is a retired Law Lord and past President of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. The event is in aid of the Footprints charity.
Inquiries via .

Important Listing Saturday 9 September
Ride+Stride 2017
In aid of our historic churches. Save the date and get training!
Info here

Saturday 16 September, 9.30am-4pm: RSCM Events
Come and Sing Workshop with John Rutter at Portsmouth Cathedral, PO1 2HH
Poster here 
Tickets available via Eventbrite.
Early bird pricing until 31 May.
Free for RSCM Child members ranging up to £22 for non-RSCM adults. No tickets available on the day. Doors open at 9.30am.

Updated Listing Monday 18 September, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
God Created Humanism' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
Dr Theo Hobson, a theologian based in Cambridge, looks at humanism and questions its secular credentials. 
In his book 'God Created Humanism' he, in Rowan Williams's words, 
"invites us to recognise that the core moral values of liberal modernity did not fall ready made from a secular heaven but or the deposit of a long theological tradition. But... he makes it clear that this is a challenge to contemporary religious complacency at least as much as to a smug and patronising secularity".
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

18-22 September: Bellringing
Learn to Ring Week at Tulloch, Roybridge PH31 4AR
Are you struggling to get enough ‘rope-time’ in your home tower? 18 places are available @ £50 per head for 5 days of total immersion in the fun of ringing. ART registered tutors will lead students through bell handling, change ringing in hand and working with a simulator to produce ringers fit for the 21st century. We will liaise with your local tower for easy integration when you get home. 
2 peals of bells, a simulator, handbells, patient & friendly ART tutors and no neighbours – all add up to a winning combination.
5 days of concentrated handling/ listening/ rounds/ theory & vocabulary – what better way to spend a week? We will provide a light lunch of soup/ sandwiches & all day tea & coffee. Accommodation available locally, we can make recommendations but you must book your own.
Download a poster
For more info & to book your place please see www.tullochbells.com.

Saturday 23 September: Charity Events
'coffee+JAZZ' at St Mary's Parish Church, Bridport DT6 3NW
Inquiries to Barry Gibbs via .

Saturday 23 September, 7-9pm: Bellringing
6-bell practice at Abbotsbury.
Special Methods will be Plain and Little, St Clements, Kent TB and Double Oxford - in that order. Also your choice of Doubles; from Plain Hunt, Slow Course methods, Grandsire, etc.
Inquiries via dcacbr@gmail.com.

Important Listing Saturday 23 September
Our next Vocations Enquiry Day at Rowde Village Hall
Discover your call from God. Save the date!
Info & registration here

25-29 September: Bellringing
Improve Your Ringing Week at Tulloch, Roybridge PH31 4AR
Can you ring a bell unaided but want to polish your handling? Perfect your raising & lowering, work on your call changes, understand ropesight & work towards plain hunt. Learn about plain bob & what it means to dodge. Fancy a go on handbells? We can help.
18 places available for a week of intensive tuition covering handling, hunting and bob doubles. Learn to ring handbells. Perfect your striking with a simulator.
For £50 pp we will provide a week of patient tuition, easy to ring bells & friendly support – extend your horizons at Tulloch. Light lunch and all day tea & coffee provided. Accommodation available locally, we can make recommendations but you must book your own.
This is an opportunity to get on track with the best team sport/ performing art/ mathematical puzzle in the UK.
Download a poster
For more info & to book your place please see www.tullochbells.com.

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October 2017

 ADVANCE NOTICE: Saturday 7 October 
The next Sudans Day at Shaftesbury School. Please make a note in your diary!

Important Listing Saturday 7 October
Mission to the Muslim World: a conference at St John’s Church, Wimborne
To educate, equip, motivate and network Christians to reach Muslims with the Gospel.
Save the date!
Email with queries via .

Saturday 7 October
Matins and Evensong for Licensed Readers at St Marylebone Parish Church, London, NW1 5LT
Annual training event organised by the Prayer Book Society on effective use of the Book of Common Prayer in worship.
£27 including lunch. Tickets from 0118 984 2582 or pbs.admin@pbs.org.uk Further information here.

Saturday 7 October, 12noon: Edington Arts
Crispian Steele-Perkins, virtuoso trumpet concert at Edington Priory Church, BA13 4QN
The international virtuoso trumpeter, Crispian Steele-Perkins, accompanied by organist Ian leGrice, will perform a varied programme of ancient to modern trumpet classics. Part of the Edington Arts concert series.
Inquiries to Sue Lowery via www.edingtonarts.org

Updated Listing Monday 9 October, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
'I think, therefore I am?' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
Jon Riding, in addition to his role as the coordinator of the Insight Programme at the Abbey, has for almost 30 years lead a ground breaking research team working in computational linguistics for the Bible Societies. He is also a theologian at Sarum College where he tutors ministry candidates and teaches biblical languages. Much of his work for the Bible Societies is in building computer systems that can learn about language for themselves.
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

Friday 20 October, 7-9pm: Churches Together
'Reformation 500- Moving On' at Market Lavington Community Hall, SN10 4DG
Wiltshire Churches Together invite you to an evening to inform and come together. Light refreshments from 7pm, Speakers from 7.30pm.
Key Speakers:
The Revd Dr Anna Claar Thomasson-Rosingh, Director of Studies, Centre for Formation in Ministry, Sarum College.
The Revd Michael Robertson, Ecumenical Officer on the Commission for Dialogue and Unity, Clifton Diocese.
For more details, contact Liz Overthrow via .

Saturday 28 October, 11am-4pm: RSCM Events
Singing Day with John Rutter
Put this date in your diaries now!
Further details later.

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November 2017

 Saturday 4 November, 6.30pm (rehearsal at 4.30pm)
Diocesan Confirmation Service at Salisbury Cathedral
Inquiries to Sally Ruffer via bishop.admin@salisbury.anglican.org or 01722 334031.

Updated Listing Monday 6 November, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
'Feeling Mortal' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
One of the inescapable realities of being human is death. Christianity is sometimes accused of denying this reality but in fact sees death not so much as an ending but a new beginning. The Revd Andrew Edwards MA has for many years been chaplain to a Children's Hospice and is better qualified than most to reflect on the encounter of the human being with approaching mortality.
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

Saturday 18 November, from 10am: Milton Abbey, RSCM Events
The Big Sing with Noel Tredinnick at Milton Abbey, DT11 0BZ
Cost: £10. Music provided, + tea/coffee.
Poster here; low-ink version here.
Please apply! Application form here.
The Big Sing is followed by 'Fill the Abbey with Praise' at 4pm.
Poster here.
All welcome!
Inquiries to Heather Waldsax via .

Updated Listing Monday 27 November, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
'Made in the Image' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
With Amy Orr-Ewing, Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA).
Dorothy L Sayers is best known as the creator of suave sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey, but she was also one of the finest Anglican theologians of the 20th century. Sayers challenged the patriarchal church of her day to broaden its understanding of what it means to be human, male and female and in her book 'Mind of the Maker' used the creative process in the arts and literature to illuminate theology and vice versa.
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

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December 2017

Friday 1 December, 7pm: Advent and Christmas, Edington Arts
Advent Concert at Edington Priory Church, BA13 4QN
The choir of New College, Oxford conducted by Tim Wakerell will sing an evening of Advent music across the centuries. The choir of around 30 voices includes trebles and they are among the most celebrated choirs in the UK. Previous Advent concerts have sold out: please book by Thursday 30 November.
Inquiries to Sue Lowery via www.edingtonarts.org

Wednesday 6 December, 6.30pm: Advent and Christmas, Charity Events
Footprints Carol Concert at St Marys Church, Dorchester
Inquiries via .

Saturday 16 December, 7-9pm: Bellringing
6-bell practice at Martinstown.
Special Methods will be Plain and Little, St Clements, Kent TB and Double Oxford - in that order. Also your choice of Doubles; from Plain Hunt, Slow Course methods, Grandsire, etc.
Inquiries via dcacbr@gmail.com.

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February 2018

February 2018: Pilgrimages
In the footsteps of St Thomas, South India
In collaboration with the tour company ‘Soul of India’ we have put together an itinerary based on the Footsteps of St Thomas in India. The tour is set in the south of India beginning in Chennai (Madras) moving on to Pondicherry and Madurai where we will visit an amazing Temple complex, and finishing in the western seaport of Cochin and an opportunity to spend a day cruising on the waterways of Kerala.
Inquiries to the Revd Lesley McCreadie via .

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