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Updated Listing Until Wednesday 31 January: Holocaust Memorial Day
Art Exhibition at Bournemouth Library, BH2 5RQ
You are invited to an exhibition of art by students from Cranborne Middle School, inspired by the students hearing Henry Schachter’s story of survival and then following a six week project about the Holocaust.
Click here to download the flyer

Updated Listing Saturday 20 January 7.30pm: Charity Events, Music
Concert: 'Second Wind & the Navy Larks' at Dinton Village Hall, SP3 5EG
Musical evening of popular music and Sea Shanties with the Salisbury Concert Band 'Second Wind' and 'The Navy Larks'. In aid of The Friends of St Mary's, Dinton.
£10pp to include a glass of wine. Generous Raffle. Please book by 19 January.
Inquiries to Mike Crow via 01722 717833 or .

Updated Listing Wednesday 24 January, 7.30-9.30pm: Discipleship, Worship
The South Wiltshire Filling Station at the Radnor Hall, Bodenham SP5 4EQ
Guest Speaker: Andrew Kane.
Monthly Worship, Teaching and Prayer.
Visit thefillingstation.org.uk for more details.

Updated Listing Saturday 27 January, 7pm: Charity Events, Music
The Sarum Six at Salisbury Cathedral
The vocal ensemble’s repertoire runs from Byrd to the Beatles and from Gilbert and Sullivan to Rod Stewart, performing a candlelit ‘Sacred, Spirituals and Songs with a Maritime Theme’ concert.
Sarum Six comprises Steve Abbott, Richard Hooper, Philip Lawson, James Ottoway, Jamal Sutton and new member Nick Hawker.
Mr Abbott said the sacred section would include pieces by Lassus, Tallis and Byrd, the spirituals section Down to the River to Pray and Standing in the Need of Prayer, and the maritime section Rod Stewart’s Sailing and the Beatles’ Octopus’s Garden.
Tickets, to include a glass of wine and nibbles, are £15 for members of the Friends and £20 for non-members. They are on sale from the Friends’ office (telephone 01722 335161) or on the door, subject to availability on the night. Refreshments included.
Online info here

Updated Listing Sunday 28 January: Music
The Big Sing 2018 at Lighthouse, Poole BH15 1UG
With Bournemouth Symphony Chorus
Spend a day singing with hundreds of others as you workshop and then perform
Haydn’s Nelson Mass “Haydn’s finest choral work” and Parry’s famous Coronation Anthem ‘I was glad’ to mark the centenary of his death in 1918. The day will be led and conducted by Gavin Carr, distinguished Director of the Bournemouth Symphony Chorus. You don’t need to be in a choir – just be keen to sing. Everybody is welcome!
£16 (Under 18s £6) for the day including the hire of your music, which is issued to you when you arrive. (Deduct £3 if you have your own).
Timetable for participants: 
9.30am: Registration
10am-1pm: Morning session (with break)
1-2pm: Lunch interval (Lighthouse café open, or bring a picnic)
2-3.40pm: Afternoon session with musicians
3.55-5pm: Performance (open to the public)
Flyer with form here
Tickets from Lighthouse Box Office: tel 01202 280000 or visit www.lighthouse.poole.co.uk.
Email with any queries.

Updated Listing Sunday 28 January, 2-3.45pm: Holocaust Memorial Day
The Bournemouth and Poole Holocaust Memorial Day Committee’s Annual Commemoration of the Holocaust at the Bournemouth International Centre, BH2 5BH.
As well as an Act of Commemoration there will be the chance to hear the testimony of a young Syrian refugee.
Our main speaker Bilha Weider will be telling us the amazing story of her mother Lily Ebert’s Holocaust survival and her take on the ‘Power of Words’.
We would be very grateful if you could bring a pebble with you, as we will have an artist who is planning to create a piece of art with the pebbles that will be collected on the day.
Tickets are free. Please click here to register online, or register on arrival.

Updated Listing Monday 29 January, 10-11.15am: Holocaust Memorial Day
Christchurch Holocaust Memorial Day
The Mayor of Christchurch will again be hosting a Holocaust Memorial Service at the Holocaust Memorial Site on Christchurch Quay at Christchurch Holocaust Memorial Site, adjacent to Mayor’s Mead Car Park Christchurch.
Programme includes the Holocaust Survivor experience of a local resident (Henry Schachter) and Evacuation of Jewish Children to the UK from the Nazis (Josephine Jackson).
For more information, please click here for the programme.

Updated Listing Monday 29 January, 7.30pm: Music
Sacred Masterpieces at Holy Trinity Church, Bradford on Avon BA15 1LW
The boys and men of Salisbury Cathedral Choir, with Dan Mathieson (organ) and directed by David Halls, present a varied programme including works by Berlioz, Bach, Ives and Sumsion.
Poster here
Tickets £10 from Ex Libris, Bradford on Avon, or on the door.
Please stay for refreshments when the bar opens after the concert!
Church Office: 01225 864444.

Updated Listing Thursday 1 February, from 7pm: Sarum Concern for Israel/ Palestine
‘Two Sided Story’ at Sarum College, Salisbury SP1 2EE
A film with subtitles supported by the Bereaved Families Forum, a joint Israeli and Palestinian organisation of bereaved families.
Following the film, there will be a discussion led by the Revd Canon Guy Wilkinson.
Poster here
Retiring collection; Palestinian produce.
Further information: www.sarumconcern.org

Updated Listing Saturday 17 February: 7.30pm: Music
Sarum Six Singers at Milton Abbey, DT11 0BZ
Sarum Six is an ensemble of professional musicians based in Salisbury and Winchester, formed in 2012. Their repertoire covers a wide range of vocal and musical styles, from sacred and secular music of Renaissance Europe, motets & partsongs by Duruflé, Stanford, Parry and Britten, to arrangements of spirituals and songs in close harmony. Recent performances include the Whiteparish and Farley Festivals, and concerts in Salisbury and Winchester.
The group comprises the following members who all benefit from extensive solo and choral experience and bring to the Sarum Six a significant breadth of talent: Steve Abbott (first countertenor); Tim Wilson (second countertenor); Michael Keeley (tenor); Ben Cooper (first baritone); Philip Lawson (second baritone) and James Ottaway (bass).
Tickets £12.00 Concessions £10.00 Under 18’s £6
Milton Abbey programme and info

Updated Listing Monday 5 March, from 6.45pm: Music
‘Music Across The Centuries’ at St John the Evangelist, Sutton Veny BA12 7AG
A concert by the Girls and Men of Salisbury Cathedral Choir
Director: David Halls
Organist: Dan Mathieson
Music: Bob Chilcott, William Harris, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sir Charles Villiers Stanford.
Doors open 6.45pm: concert at 7.30pm.
Poster here
Admission free: a collection will be taken for the St John’s 150th Anniversary Appeal
No reserved seats but seating for disabled persons can be arranged in advance by contacting Chip Stidolph via 01985 840538 or .

Updated Listing Thursday 22 February, 6.30pm: Author Events
‘Things That Make for Peace: a Christian Peacemaker in a World of War’ at Sarum College Bookshop, Salisbury SP1 2EE
Bishop Peter Price in conversation with Major General Tim Cross, CBE.
The former Bishop of Bath and Wells discusses his new book, based on his experience of over forty years working in reconciliation in Northern Ireland, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East with the Army Adviser to the House of Commons.
Tim Cross has operational experience in Northern Ireland, the Balkans and Kosovo, and was deployed to Washington, Kuwait and Baghdad as the International Deputy in the US-led Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Affairs.
Poster here
Free and open to all, refreshments provided.
RSVP to Sarum College Bookshop via or 01722 326899.
sarumcollegebookshop.co.uk

Updated Listing Saturday 24 February, 10am: Music
Open Morning for Young Organists at Salisbury Cathedral, SP1 2EF
PipeUp students, along with any other interested young musicians between the ages of 7 and 19, will have the chance to play the great Willis Cathedral Organ at Salisbury, with tuition from the Cathedral Organists and PipeUp Tutors.
Inquiries to Chris Totney via 07811 629062 or .
www.pipeup.org.uk

Updated Listing Tuesday 27 February: Charity Events, Christian Aid
A Three-Course Haitian Dinner at Warminster Civic Centre, BA12 8LB
Hosted by the Warminster Christian Aid Group. A Haitian theme and guest speaker, Victoria Jean Louis, who works in Haiti with Christian Aid. An invaluable opportunity to be informed and inspired about Haiti, before Christian Aid Week 2018; to meet fellow supporters; and share both our challenges and successes.
Tickets £20 each.
Further information from Katrine Musgrave via 01454 415923 or 07814 131168.

Updated Listing Sunday 11 March: Outreach
An Evening with Paul Jones and Fiona Hendley at All Saints Durrington, 
Paul is a former member of Manfred Mann: Fiona is a West End actress. Should be fab.
Save the date! Details TBC.
Inquiries to Philip Bromiley via .

Updated Listing Saturday 14 April, 7.30pm: Edington Arts, Music
The Pushker-Konyicska Violin and Piano Duo at Edington Priory Church, BA13 4QN
This concert marks a ‘first’ for Edington Arts; the first time we have tried to ‘give something back’ to the world of music which brings us all such pleasure. We donated the equivalent of an artistic fee, £1000, to the Bursary Fund of IMS Prussia Cove, to enable two musicians to attend their masterclasses in April 2017. As a ‘thank you’ gesture, the two musicians agreed to give us a concert. And this is it.
IMS Prussia Cove was founded in 1972 in west Cornwall, to create an environment where outstandingly talented young musicians from all over the world could benefit, at a critical point in their careers, from one to one tuition from some of the world’s best instrumentalists. It now holds masterclasses for both soloists and chamber groups in two multi-week sessions a year. The Artistic Director is the international cellist Steven Isserlis, and his fellow tutors are similarly world class international performers. Competition for places is extremely fierce. The two Edington Arts bursary recipients were pianist Renata Konyicska and violinist Julia Pushker, both from Hungary, and they will be performing for us on April 14th. Tickets: front nave £20, rear nave £15, sides £10. 18 and under free. 10% discount for Edington Angels. Please add £2 if you buy on the door.
Please do visit the IMS Prussia Cove website, www.i-m-s.org.uk, to find out much more about the organisation, its philosophy, its history, and its vision.

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January 2018

Thursday 18 January, 7.30-9.30pm: Bible Study
Inaugural meeting of West Wiltshire Theology Group at Warminster School, BA12 8PJ
Address with questions and discussion by the Bishop of Salisbury, Rt Rev Nick Holtam, "Renewing and Reforming our Understanding of Marriage". A challenging, thought-provoking and very timely chance for those following the Church's developments in relation to marriage.
Admission free, no bookings needed.
Contact Canon Harold Stephens on .

Important Listing 18-25 January 2018
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
https://ctbi.org.uk/week-of-prayer-for-christian-unity-2018

Saturday 20 January, 7.30pm: Music
Spring Fanfare: the BSO Brass Ensemble at Milton Abbey, DT11 0BZ
An evening of musical delights, from Bach and Byrd, to jazz classics such as ‘Oh When the Saints’ and ‘Just a Closer Walk’ with this outstanding Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra quintet.
Tickets £10; Under 18’s £6; Family £25.
Inquiries to Brian Larcher via brian.larcher@maht.org.uk or 07970 679344.
2017-18 Programme here

Saturday 27 January, 11 am: Music Events
The Choristers Entertain at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The children of St John's Choir warm up your winter with some light-hearted entertainment as part of their fundraising efforts towards the Latvia Tour. A buffet lunch follows, before Chris Totney gives an organ recital of favourites chosen by members of the church community.
Admission free, retiring collection.
Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

Saturday 27 January: 2-3 pm: Holocaust Memorial Day
Holocaust Memorial at St Thomas’ Church, Salisbury, SP1 1BA
A reminder and wake-up call in music, song, and reading. People of all faiths and none welcome. Contact for more details.

Sunday 28 January, 4pm: Christingles, Candlemas
Christingle & Candlemas- a candlelit service
at St Philip & St James Church, Chapmanslade BA13 4AN
The blessing of church candles for the coming year: families are particularly welcome.
Please bring your own candles to be blessed.
Inquiries to Judy Munro via .

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February 2018

Important Listing Friday 2 February, 8pm-Saturday 3 February, 8am: Charity Events, Homelessness
The BIG Sleep at Salisbury Cathedral Goes Woof
Alabaré's Flagship event, the BIG Sleep welcomes those who want to take a stand against homelessness, raise awareness of the plight of those forced to call the streets home, and raise much-needed funds. With new and never seen before cuts to the funding of our Homes & Services as of 2018, Alabaré needs to raise £1.3 million to help those who are most at need.
For the first time ever, Salisbury Cathedral are generously allowing 30 well-behaved dogs to join their well-behaved owners to keep them company through this wintery night.
Come armed with cardboard, warm clothes, a sleeping bag or two, and a huge heart. You will have the honour of sleeping under the stars in the cloisters at the very beautiful Salisbury Cathedral. An impressive and humbling venue that gives a real sense of how blessed we are to be able to go back to a warm and dry home afterwards.
Everyone who signed up pledges to raise a minimum of £100 for Alabaré's work with the most vulnerable.
Full details and signup here

Saturday 3 February, 8.30-10.30am: Prayer, Mission
MenUnited Men’s Breakfast at Trowbridge RFC, Hilperton BA14 6JB
Guest Speaker: Peter Gladwin
Peter was seriously burned in a house fire at the age of one. Always in trouble with the police, stabbed in a gang fight at the age of 15, and the victim of a hit-and-run at 24, he battled with addictions, his wife’s battle with cancer, and the suicide of his father. While contemplating his own suicide, he heard a message which turned his life around.
Copies of his book will be on sale. If anyone wants to sponsor a copy to go to a serving prisoner for free, that would be a blessing!
Please book - or cancel - in advance, by Tuesday 27 January.
Cost: £8.50. Pay at the door.
Book via the MenUnited website

Saturday 3 February: Bellringing
AGM at Stratton and Bradford Peverell.
Inquiries via .

Saturday 3 February
Open Day at Trinity College Bristol, BS9 1JP
For those considering ordination or how deeper study could benefit their ministry and Christian life. Chat with faculty, meet current students, and find out what it can mean to study in community.
Contact , call 0117 968 0254, or visit www.trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.

Monday 5 February, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Apologetics
‘Contemporary Apologetic - In Defence of God’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With the Revd Angela Tilby, Canon Emeritus of Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

Tuesday 13 February, 11am: Lent and Easter
The Wimborne Minster Pancake Race at Wimborne Minster BH21 1AT
All competitors should report to the North Porch by 10.30am to enrol, complete with frying pan and ready cooked pancake. All competitors have to do, is run round the Minster, starting at the North Porch tossing their pancakes at the four corners of the church. There will be races for all ages, adults, under-18s, toddlers and those confined to wheelchairs. Prizes will be presented to the winners in the different categories.
Further details from Anthony Oliver via 01202 888703, 07709 088710 or .

Monday 26 February, 9.45am: Salisbury Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship
'Growing the Local Church' at St John’s Church, Wimborne BH21 1AE
With Bishop David Williams of Basingstoke. Inquiries to the Revd David Price via or 01202 740235.

Important Listing Fairtrade Fortnight 2018
26 February-11 March
Free posters, decorations, games and literature are available to order. 
Full details and ordering here.

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March 2018

Sunday 4 March: Bellringing
Simulators - a hands-on day
The CCCBR Education Committee is organising a simulator day at Royston, Herts, to help people find out more about simulators and how they can be used: "We want to help teachers and tower captains make better use of simulators in their towers. The plan is to have a number of dumb bells set up in the hall and for a group of experienced users, including some of the software authors, and hardware suppliers to be present to demonstrate the products and answer questions. If you teach bellringing, this is a date for your diary!
Inquiries via .

Monday 5 March, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Charity Work
‘We believe in Life before Death’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With Mr David Pain, Director of Supporter and Community Partnerships at Christian Aid.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

Important Listing Saturday 10 March, from 11am: South Wessex Organ Society
Workshop for Parish Church Organists at St Swithun’s Church, North Allington DT6 5DU
How fast should I play this hymn? How can I fill a 20-second gap? How can I use the pedals better? Where can I find useful short voluntaries? I never dare to improvise – please help!
If you’ve ever wondered about any of these things, please come along and share your experiences – and find some answers, too. This is an informal event for parish organists at all levels. You might like to bring some hymns and other service material (including short voluntaries) to discuss and demonstrate during the day.
The tutor will be Richard Godfrey from the Lyme Regis Organ School.
11am: Coffee and introductions
11.30am: First practical session
1pm: Lunch (bring your own or visit a local pub)
2pm: Second practical session
3.30pm: Tea
Poster here
Places are £10, to include tea & coffee. You can pay on the day, but please register in advance by contacting Debbie Albery on 01202 659427 or .

Important Listing Saturday 17 March, 10am-4pm: Vocations
Who Me? Exploring God's Call
at St Mary's Longfleet Church Centre, BH15 2JD
A day for people who wonder if God might be calling them to authorised ministry in the Church of England. Whether Ordination, Licenced Lay Ministry, Pastoral Assistants, Worship Leaders or Pioneers, this is an opportunity to meet with others who think God might be calling them too, and to explore the next steps of your journey in faith.
Tickets are Free.
Drinks provided - please bring your own packed lunch.
Book here

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April 2018

Monday 9 April, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Restorative Justice
‘Restorative Justice - a Biblical Solution?’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With Mr John Newbold, Licensed Lay Minister and Retired Solicitor.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

Friday 20 April, 7.30 pm: Music Events
Grand Tour Concert at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The 40-strong forces of St John's Choir give a 'grand concert' ahead of their upcoming trip to Latvia, with favourites from the past year's repertoire and a preview of music for the tour. This concert is given in memory of Stephen Brazier and Michael Oliver.
Admission free, retiring collection.
Contact the Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

Important Listing Saturday 21 April
Day of Celebration For Lay Ministry – put the date in your diary!
There are hundreds of people across the Diocese engaged in authorised lay ministry, and we are celebrating this with a special service in the Cathedral in the morning, followed by workshops in the afternoon. The service will include the Commissioning of those currently in training for and Lay Worship Leader and Lay Pastoral Assistant ministry, the Recommissioning of current LPAs and LWLs, and the Recommitment to ministry by LLMs, Church Army Evangelists and Licensed Lay Pioneers. After a packed lunch there will be a broad choice of workshops for those in lay ministry. The timetable is as follows:
9am onwards: Registration and coffee
10.30am Celebration Service 
12.30pm: Lunch (packed lunch or local eateries)
1.45-2.45pm: Workshop 1 Bishop Wordsworth School, Sarum College, Church House
3-4pm: Workshop 2 Bishop Wordsworth School, Sarum College, Church House
5pm: Depart
Inquiries to Debbie Orriss via 01722 411944 or .

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May 2018

Wednesday 9 May: Rural Mission
The Germinate Lecture 2018 at the Arthur Rank Centre, CV8 2LG
The challenges facing rural communities and churches require imaginative responses. The Germinate Lecture offers an annual opportunity to engage with someone at the forefront of developing effective Christian leaders. The 2018 speaker will be the Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester.
Initial details and contact here.

Monday 14 May, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Environment
‘God’s World - Who Cares?’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With Mr David Morgan, Chair of the Diocesan Environmental Groups for both Salisbury and Winchester Dioceses.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

Saturday 19 May, 9.30am-6pm: WW1, Music
Choral Workshop: Brahms’ Ein Deutches Requiem at Edington Priory Church, BA13 4QN
Our fourth annual choral workshop, coming as it does in the year which commemorates the end of the Great War in 1918, will work on Brahms’ beautiful German Requiem. It was written in grief after the death of his mother in 1865, and is one of the great choral masterpieces of the European tradition, speaking to us all about loss. It is sacred, but non-liturgical.
Our Maestro for the day is Ashley Grote, a great friend and former Director of the Edington Music Festival. His career so far has taken him from chorister then Organ Scholar at King’s College Cambridge, via Assistant Organist of Westminster Abbey and Assistant Director of Music at Gloucester Cathedral, to Master of Music at Norwich Cathedral since 2012, where he has steadily developed the Cathedral’s choirs. The Girls’ Choir is now widely regarded as one of the best in the country.
Our soloists are Eloise Irving (soprano) and Alex Jones (baritone), both closely associated with the Edington Music Festival for many years, and our accompaniment will be provided by Libby Burgess and Richard Pinel – a ‘dream team’ who will play Brahms’ own four-handed piano arrangement for the afternoon sessions. The final flourish will be a concert run-through to which audience will be invited to buy reasonably priced tickets.
We shall be singing the Requiem in German, and therefore using the Peters Edition which will be available for hire on the day. 
Tickets £20 plus £2 copy hire. Cost includes coffee/tea and biscuits at registration and mid-morning.
Info and booking

Monday 21 May, 9.45am: Salisbury Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship
‘From Paradise to the Parousia’ at St John’s Church, Wimborne BH21 1AE
With the Revd Dr Ian Paul. Take packed lunch. Inquiries to the Revd David Price via or 01202 740235.

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June 2018

Friday 15 June, 6pm-10pm
Saturday 16 June, 12noon-11pm: Charity Events, Music
Dorset Midsummer Music Festival at Bulbarrow Hill, DT11 0HQ
A family-friendly music festival set in a natural amphitheatre in the heart of Dorset, raising funds for three local churches (Cheselbourne, Hilton and Melcombe Horsey) and Weldmar Hospicecare Trust.
www.midsummermusic.co.uk

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October 2018

7-12 October: Retreats
'Peaks, Shallows and Deeps': Lakeside reflections on Christian discipleship today
A guided holiday retreat hosted by the Church of the Ascension, Cadenabbia, Lake Como, Italy.
How can we refresh our discipleship and be willing to move forward on our journey of faith? How can we cope with changes in ourselves, our circumstances, the church and the world? In what ways can we let God breathe new life into us when our spirituality feels tired or stuck, especially as we get older? These are some of the questions we hope to address in this holiday retreat. 695 Euros full board: full details here

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November 2018

Important Listing Sunday 11 November, 7pm: WW1 Centenary
'Ringing Out for Peace'
is part of the 'Battle’s Over' day-long, commemoration of the end of the First World War taking place throughout the UK.
WW1 Beacons of Light will be lit at 7pm, signifying the light of peace that emerged from the dreadful darkness of war. Then at 7.05pm we are asked to join in with ringing church bells.
Bellringing inquiries via .

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