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[Added 23 July 2015]

Updated ListingSunday 16 August, 6.30 pm
Concert by Cantata Compa
ña at St Giles' Church, Great Wishford, SP2 0PQ
This choir from Galicia in Spain will sing “medieval and contemporary music from Galicia and other regions of Spain”.
Tickets £5 available from The Pelican Inn, Stapleford or on the door. Contact Fr Hugh Bonsey on 01722 790363 or.

Updated Listing4-6 September
 ‘Poems, Prayers and Promises’: Bromham’s Flower Festival

at Saint Nicholas Parish Church & Methodist Chapel, Bromham
and Saint Mary & Saint Nicholas Church, Sandy Lane
“Talk of poems and prayers and promises and things that we believe in. How sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care. How long it's been since yesterday, what about tomorrow and what about our dreams and all the memories we share?”
- John Denver
Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 11am-5.30pm
Ploughman’s lunches at St Nicholas each day, 12noon-2pm
Refreshments in Chapel throughout the Festival
Flower Festival Evensong 6pm on Sunday in Parish Church.
All welcome!
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingFriday 18 September, 9.30am-4pm
Developing & Publishing Statutory Schools Admission Arrangements
At the Diocesan Education Centre
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

Updated ListingTuesday 29 September, 9.30-11.30am
Termly Governors Briefings
at the Diocesan Education Centre
Session 1: Tuesday 29 September 2015
Session 2: Friday 8 January 2016
Session 3: Thursday 14 April 2016
For all governors and members of LABs.
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

Updated ListingWednesday 30 September, 7 pm at Marlborough Town Hall
Immigration - a cultural and ethical challenge?
Bishop of Ramsbury, the Rt Revd Edward Condry, in conversation with former Attorney General Dominic Grieve MP and Jane Esuantsiwa Goldsmith of ActionAid International.
Free admission. Refreshments provided. Jointly organised by Marlborough and Pewsey Deaneries.

Updated ListingFriday 8 January 2016, 9.30-11.30am
Termly Governors Briefings
at the Diocesan Education Centre
Session 1: Tuesday 29 September 2015
Session 2: Friday 8 January 2016
Session 3: Thursday 14 April 2016
For all governors and members of LABs.
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

Updated ListingThursday 14 April 2016, 9.30-11.30am
Termly Governors Briefings
at the Diocesan Education Centre
Session 1: Tuesday 29 September 2015
Session 2: Friday 8 January 2016
Session 3: Thursday 14 April 2016
For all governors and members of LABs.
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

 

Current Events

July
Feed our Tree
 at Lytchett Matravers
A seed was sown for a fundraising activity at our Open Day in St Mary’s church in May.
Money doesn’t grow on trees, but leaves do. Help put the leaves back on our tree before Christmas. For every meal raising funds for the church, a date and amount will be entered onto the leaf and attached to the tree. Pop into the church to check where we have got to.
It doesn’t matter if you are having a meal for 1 or 21; whether it is lunch, dinner, tea, garden party or a picnic; whether you ask your guests to make a donation of £2 or £20 it all adds up and will help our re-ordering project.
Inquiries to Debbie Phipps: 01202 632858.

Until September 2015
London, British Library
Magna Carta: Law, Liberty. Legacy

Major exhibition at the British Library. More here.

Until September 2015
Barons' Charter Trail
Set foot on a trail of Salisbury's hidden corners in search of its modern barons, 35 exciting new sculptures painted by local artists. A partnership project between Wild In Art and The Trussell Trust.
Wild in Art promotes public art and interaction by bringing art onto the streets. The Trussell Trust is a Salisbury-based charity that works nationally and internationally to combat poverty and social exclusion. Proceeds from the sale of the Barons' sculptures at the end of the summer will go towards supporting its activities. More details here.

Click here for the collected Magna Carta events up to and including 11 October 2015.

August 2015

Saturday 1 August, 2pm
Three Parishes Fete
at The Old Rectory Grounds, Church Knowle BH20 5NG
Traditional Village Fete with stalls, childrens' sports and games, teas, ices, brass band, Grand Draw etc. in aid of  Church Knowle, Kimmeridge and Steeple Churches, together with Kimmeridge Emergency Response Volunteers, Swanage Hospital and Help for Heroes."
Inquiries to Mrs Hazel Parker: 01929 480315, hazel.parker@btconnect.com.

Sunday 2 August, 2.30-3pm
Concert D'Anniversaire
at Edington Priory Church
Siân Dicker (Soprano) and Ben Smith (Piano)
An afternoon of song, lied and chanson – a selection of works from composers such as Poulenc, Schubert, Debussy, Britten, Mozart and Parry followed by tea, cake and Pimms.
 Entry is free but there will be a retiring collection which will be split between the musicians and the church. Siân Dicker is a Wiltshire-born soprano based in London and soon to be studying a Masters in vocal performance at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Donations from this recital will be gratefully received and will go towards the tuition fees for this course.
Please join us for refreshments afterwards. We look forward to welcoming you!
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Monday 3 & Tuesday 4 August, 9.30am
Bellringing Beginners' Course
at Edington Priory Church
Administered By Devizes Branch of the Salisbury Diocesan Guild Of Ringers
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

3-7 August, 10am-12noon
Polar Express Summer Holiday Club
at St Barnabas Church, Bearwood BH11 9TFHoliday Club for Primary aged children (5-11 year olds). Lots of fun and games and learning about the Bible in a creative way. Only £1 per family per day!
Inquire via Mrs Tina E Waterman (01202 579562), email stbarnabas@canfordparish.org, or visit the web site: www.stbarnabasbearwood.org.uk.

Wednesday 5 August, 7.30pm
Talk on ‘Arundells’
at St George's Church, Harnham
A talk about the medieval house in the Cathedral Close, full of history, art, music, yachting, and the former home of Edward Heath.
Inquiries to Mrs Linda Baker: 07925 108856 or harnhamparish@btinternet.com.

Wednesday 5 and Friday 28 August, 2-5pm
Xtreme Sports
 on Harnham Cricket Ground, SP2 8JY
Fun for 11-16 year olds, involving a variety of activities like the Ultimate Frisbee and Vortex games.
Inquiries to Mrs Linda Baker: 07925 108856 or harnhamparish@btinternet.com.

6-9 August, 10am -7pm
‘HOPE’ Flower Festival
at Lady St Mary, Wareham BH20 4ND
The annual Flower Festival this year has the title HOPE. Arrangers from Dorset Flower Clubs and Church Arrangers. Exhibition of craft and refreshments in the Parish Hall.
Organ music during Festival. Songs of Praise on Sunday 8 August at 6pm. Free entry; donations welcome.
Inquiries to Pat Cherrett: 01929 552087.

Saturday 8 August
Learn to Scythe your Burial Ground
at St Mark’s Church, Bournemouth BH10 4HY
Discover how to adjust, sharpen and use a scythe to manage your grass with ease. Austrian scythes available to use but if you have your own scythe, feel free to bring it along. FREE to participants, only available to those managing burial grounds, limited numbers. Funded by The Heritage Lottery fund as part of the Caring for God’s Acre’s National Project. Booking essential - book now to avoid disappointment!
Inquiries to Andrea Gilpin: andrea@cfga.org.uk, 01588 673041.

Saturday 8 August, 6.30pm
Outspoken Theatre presents ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Open Air Theatre at All Saints' Church, Wyke Regis. Tickets £10, available from Julia Moore 01305 776138 or on the gate. Bar available and open from 6pm.

8-16 August
Hilfield Friary Youth Camp

Hilfield Youth Camp takes place every August at Hilfield Anglican Franciscan Friary in Dorset. It is organised by experienced volunteers and offers young people aged 13 to 17 years the chance of a fun holiday in stunning surroundings, while exploring a Christian theme. The camp is built on friendship, community and faith.
If booked before the 1st June, the cost is £120 after £150. Young people can come as individuals or as part of a group. Poster here; booking form here.
For further information, visit www.hilfieldyouthcamp.org or contact Lizzie Whitbread (07500 828184).

8-23 August, 11am-4pm
The Imber ranges will be open,
except the Bank Holiday weekend
The Warminster to Imber buses are available on Saturday 22 August.
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Tuesday 11 August, 2pm: CCJ Events
Brockenhurst Tea & Trees: 2nd Summer Social
Meet at Blackwater Arboretum Car Park at 2pm for a Guided Walk led by Bryan Wilson, formerly Senior Tree Officer of the New Forest National Park Authority, followed by a Cream Tea and a short presentation at Brockenhurst. Cost £3 payable at Brockenhurst. To book your place and obtain full details, contact Alan Munro (munro834@btinternet.com) by 31st July. No booking – No Tea!
Download a Poster

Wednesday 13 August, 7.30pm
English Serenade
at St Martin’s Church, Bryanston, DT11 0PS
The Wessex Festival Concert 1: Vaughan Williams 'The Lark Ascending' and 'Benedicite', Everett 'Thanksgiving and Song' and 'Requiem: Light Everlasting'. Join us for the Festival Reception at 6.45pm followed by a peal of bells before the concert. Ticket information on www.thewessexfestival.co.uk.
Inquiries to David Everett: tickets@thewessexfestival.co.uk.

13-16 August
The Wessex Festival 2015

A feast of glorious music! The Festival runs from and comprises an eclectic mix of concerts and choral services in six Dorset churches, a Folk night in Wimborne and two Rambles near Kingston Lacy.
The opening concert, on Thursday, 13 August, will be in St Martin’s Church, Bryanston. This beautiful church, with views of the river Stour and open countryside is the perfect setting for English Serenade. The concert includes Vaughan Williams’ masterpiece ‘The Lark Ascending’, voted the most popular piece of classical music in the 2014 Classic FM’s Hall of Fame. The soloist will be Christina Scott, Head of Strings at Bryanston School. The three choral items in the concert – Vaughan Williams’ Benedicite, David Everett’s ‘Requiem: Light Everlasting’ and the world premiere of ‘Praise and Thanksgiving’ – will be sung by the Festival’s three choirs. Concert is followed by Compline.
On Friday 14th, the Festival will be in Blandford’s amazing Georgian Parish Church for a concert by The Brunel String Quartet, who will perform an enticing programme of eclectic music by Haydn, Warlock, Karl Jenkins and Vaughan Williams. The highlight promises to be Finzi’s ‘By Footpath and Stile’ in which baritone Gareth Jones joins the quartet for a rare performance of this Thomas Hardy song cycle.
The final concert on Saturday, 15 August, will be in the fantastic surroundings of Wimborne Minster. This concert of beautiful music will include Vivaldi’s ‘The Four Seasons’ and two works by Handel: ‘Zadok the Priest’ and the ‘Dettingen Te Deum’. The soloist in the Vivaldi will be Fiona McKinley, Head of Strings at Canford School.
In addition, Kingston Lacy Church will be the venue for two afternoon Young Artists Recitals and the churches in Wimborne St Giles and Child Okeford will host two Eucharists. There will also be a Festival Choral Evensong in Wimborne Minster on Sunday 16 August, followed by a relaxed evening of Folk music performed by talented local musicians in the nearby White Hart pub.
More information about the Festival and how to buy tickets can be found on the Festival’s website – www.thewessexfestival.co.uk – and by ringing the Festival Administrator, Bob Reeve, on 01202 890827.

Saturday 15 August, 11am
A Commemoration of the Seventieth Anniversary of VJ Day, the end of the Second World War
at the War Memorial on Wimborne Minster Green
The Mayor of Wimborne Minster town, Cllr Shane Bartlett, will lay a wreath on behalf of the people of the town to remember all who died in the conflict. The short remembrance event will include a poignant roll call of the 32 Wimborne men who gave their lives between 1939 and 1945 lives serving our country. Relations and friends of the fallen are particularly invited to attend the Commemoration and everyone is asked to consider bringing floral tributes to lay at the War Memorial. We hope to spread this information particularly to Veterans of the 2nd World War, and ask people independently to consider arranging events to commemorate 70 years of peace in Europe.
Contact David Hoyle: 01202 883796, david_g_hoyle@hotmail.co.uk.

Updated ListingSunday 16 August, 6.30 pm
Concert by Cantata Compa
ña at St Giles' Church, Great Wishford, SP2 0PQ
This choir from Galicia in Spain will sing “medieval and contemporary music from Galicia and other regions of Spain”.
Tickets £5 available from The Pelican Inn, Stapleford or on the door. Contact Fr Hugh Bonsey on 01722 790363 or.

Wednesday 13 August, 7.30pm
English Serenade
at St Martin’s Church, Bryanston, DT11 0PS
The Wessex Festival Concert 1: Vaughan Williams 'The Lark Ascending' and 'Benedicite', Everett 'Thanksgiving and Song' and 'Requiem: Light Everlasting'. Join us for the Festival Reception at 6.45pm followed by a peal of bells before the concert. Ticket information on www.thewessexfestival.co.uk.
Inquiries to David Everett: tickets@thewessexfestival.co.uk.

23-30 August
60th Edington Music Festival
 at the Priory Church, Edington BA13 4QN
Over eight days, there will be 48 different pieces of choral music, including two new commissions; 26 services; 3 choirs; 5 organists each playing for half an hour before evening services, and over 60 choristers and conductors. Includes a special 60th exhibition.
Inquiries to Anne Curtis (01380 831454, info@edingtonfestival.org) or visit www.edingtonfestival.org.

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September 2015

September 2015
St John’s Warminster celebrate their 150th
More info to come.
Details here 
Concert poster here 

Updated Listing4-6 September
 ‘Poems, Prayers and Promises’: Bromham’s Flower Festival

at Saint Nicholas Parish Church & Methodist Chapel, Bromham
and Saint Mary & Saint Nicholas Church, Sandy Lane
“Talk of poems and prayers and promises and things that we believe in. How sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care. How long it's been since yesterday, what about tomorrow and what about our dreams and all the memories we share?”
- John Denver
Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 11am-5.30pm
Ploughman’s lunches at St Nicholas each day, 12noon-2pm
Refreshments in Chapel throughout the Festival
Flower Festival Evensong 6pm on Sunday in Parish Church.
All welcome!
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Saturday 5 September, 11am-4pm
The Big Farm Day Out
returns to River Bourne Community Farm!
Last year, 20 churches provided stalls for this event. All stalls need to be booked by the end of July – please get in touch to book a slot! New this year: we have a main stage and we are looking for quality music, dance, etc. Church worship bands would be great. We would also love to feature stories of what God is doing in people’s lives. If someone you know has a testimony they could share, do let us know.
YouTube clip hereFlyer here; Poster here.
Contact Jon Langford to inquire, book a stall, enthuse about your musicians/dancers, or offer help. Get in touch via 01722 334005 (ext 205) or jon.langford@stpaulssalisbury.org.

5-6 September
The Dorset Show
Save the date! More details to follow.

Important ListingSAVE THE DATE!
Saturday 10 September
Empowering Communities through Greening the Church

South West EcoChurch Conference 2015. 
Information and booking details here.

Important ListingSaturday 12 September, 10am-6pm
Ride+Stride 2015 in Dorset

Volunteers of all ages will be pedalling for their parishes as part of the national annual Ride+Stride fundraising event. Organised locally by Dorset Historic Churches Trust, the event invites participants to cycle, walk and even ride a horse to as many churches as possible, to raise money for the maintenance and repair of Dorset’s historic churches.
Half of the monies raised by sponsors goes to the church of the participant’s choice, and the balance goes to Dorset Historic Churches Trust. In 2014 the Trust awarded grants totalling £100,000 to 21 Dorset churches.
The event presents an opportunity to explore Dorset’s spectacular church heritage and visit churches, some of which are not regularly open to the public. For more information, please visit www.dhct.co.uk or contact Anna Butler (Ride+Stride coordinator) on 01305 260004.

Important Listing16-20 September 2015
Magna Flora Flower Festival
See Salisbury Cathedral at its best in a breathtaking flower festival with floral arrangements inspired by the ideas of liberty and justice. More details here.

Updated ListingFriday 18 September, 9.30am-4pm
Developing & Publishing Statutory Schools Admission Arrangements
At the Diocesan Education Centre
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

Important Listing18 & 19 September
'Reconciling a Wounded Planet: stories of hope in a time of environmental crisis':
a Conference at Coventry Cathedral
All details and booking forms at www.reconcilingawoundedplanet.com
Funding may be available.
Expressions of interest to jane.charman@salisbury.anglican.org

Saturday 19 September 2015
Chorister Award Examinations:
venue TBC
Examination session for Choristers entering for the Dean's and Bishop's Award to Choristers. Main page here. Please confirm by 15 August 2015.
Contact David King: awards.sdcfg@salisbury.anglican.org.

Saturday 19 September, 6pm
Chirton Concerts - Cambini Ensemble
at St John the Baptist, Chirton SN10 3QS
The talented and versatile group of chamber musicians pay their first visit to Chirton.
Contact Anthony Mather: 01380 840261, concerts@chirton.net, www.chirton.net.

Important ListingSAVE THE DATE: Wednesday 23 September, 9.30am-4pm
SDBE Headteacher & Senior Leaders Conference
at Salisbury Racecourse, SP2 8PN
An all-day conference. Flyer here.
For further details, please contact Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org.

23 & 24 September
Cathedral & Church Shops Association Trade Fair
at Hexham Abbey, NE46 3NB
This Trade Fair enables Cathedrals and Churches with Shops/retail space to view and order stock at competitive prices with supplier discounts offered to CCSA members. Free Entry. Contact Paul Willey: PaulwRobbs@aol.com.

Important ListingSaturday 26 September, 9.30am
Renovaré Day Conference: Re-engaging with our first love
Led by Joe Davis in the Canford Magna Centre
£10 (Includes lunch and refreshments)
Poster here 

Updated ListingTuesday 29 September, 9.30-11.30am
Termly Governors Briefings
at the Diocesan Education Centre
Session 1: Tuesday 29 September 2015
Session 2: Friday 8 January 2016
Session 3: Thursday 14 April 2016
For all governors and members of LABs.
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

Updated ListingWednesday 30 September, 7 pm at Marlborough Town Hall
Immigration - a cultural and ethical challenge?
Bishop of Ramsbury, the Rt Revd Edward Condry, in conversation with former Attorney General Dominic Grieve MP and Jane Esuantsiwa Goldsmith of ActionAid International.
Free admission. Refreshments provided. Jointly organised by Marlborough and Pewsey Deaneries.

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October 2015

Monday 5 October: Bournemouth William Temple Association
Routes to Roots: God’s Love in Action in Poole
With the Revd Pat Southgate, Associate Priest at St Peter’s Parkstone                                                                                         
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

Important ListingThursday 8 October, 9.30am
Breakfast @ 9 Conference for church leaders and children & families leaders
Keynote Speaker Laurence Singlehurst
In the Canford Magna Centre
£10 (includes lunch)
Poster here 

Important ListingSaturday 10 October, 9.30am-3.30pm
One Nation from Every Tribe, Tongue and People:
the Sudan Day 2015 at Shaftesbury School
"After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands." Rev 7:9
Update on the current social and political situation in South Sudan. Hear about Salisbury responses to the crisis and how our Deanery links are going from strength to strength. Update on Salisbury Medical and Education work.… and much more, so come and join us! Flyer here.
Booking: email sudan.secretary@salisbury.anglican.org or tel 01963 23726.

Saturday 10 October, 6pm
Chirton Concerts - Larkin Quartet & Oli Hickie
at St John the Baptist, Chirton SN10 3QS
The 2015 concert season ends in style with a programme of music for strings and French horn.
Contact Anthony Mather: 01380 840261, concerts@chirton.net, www.chirton.net.

Saturday 10 October, 3pm
Annual Service
at Saint Giles' Church, Imber
The annual service cannot be held in Saint Gilestide this year because of other events at the church. All wishing to attend MUST be escorted at 2pm from the vedette post in Warminster.
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Important ListingSunday 11 October 2015
'Church, State, Freedom': the Diocesan Choral Festival 2015
at Salisbury Cathedral
A celebration of Magna Carta with music by Stanford, Ley and Llewellyn, conducted by David Halls. Choirs rehearse at 3pm (arrive 2.30).
Festival Service (all are welcome) starts at 6pm.
Briefing here 
Page here 

Important ListingSaturday 17 October
Stressed? Worried? Concerned? Come to a Celebration of Wholeness and Healing, Exploring God’s Healing and Hope
at Salisbury Cathedral
Click here for a booking form

Saturday 17 October, 7.30pm
Attention Jazz and live music enthusiasts!
'Jazz @ St Andrew's’ returns
to Collingbourne Ducis
With the Sarah Gillespie quartet - featuring Ben Bestin on double bass, Mercury nominated pianist Kit Downes and James Maddren on drums. On-line ticket sales and more details at www.standrewsducis.org.uk or email boxoffice@standrewsducis.org.uk.

Thursday 22 October: Council of Christians and Jews
‘Replacement Theology – its effects on  Christian/Jewish Relations’ with David Noakes, European Coalition for Israel.
A Council of Christians and Jews event in Bournemouth.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

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November 2015

Monday 2 November: Bournemouth William Temple Association
Christ Through Jewish Eyes

With Rabbi Mark Solomon, Interfaith Consultant for Liberal Judaism and Rabbi to Edinburgh and Leicester Liberal Jewish Communities
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

Saturday 14 November, 10am-4.30pm
An exciting opportunity to be part of Prom Praise Wessex
(Saturday 7 May 2016, 7.30pm)
SINGERS are needed for the choir - Come and Sing at St John’s Wimborne with Noel Tredinnick to experience some of the music that will be part of the concert and sign up to sing on the night. Application forms will be available in September 2015.
Further information from heather@waldsax.net or a.jenner1@btinternet.com.

Important ListingSAVE THE DATE!
Wednesday 25 November, 9.30am-4pm
Collective Worship Conference
 at the DEC, Wilton
With national speaker Shahne Vickery
Underpinning the Christian values of your church school using the new Roots and Fruits resource. Full details here

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December 2015

Monday 7 December: Bournemouth William Temple Association
The Work of Mission Aviation Fellowship

With David Firth of Mission Aviation Fellowship
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

Thursday 10 December: Council of Christians and Jews
Chanukah/Advent Social Event in Bournemouth.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

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January 2016

Monday 4 January 2016: Bournemouth William Temple Association
South Sudan: A Personal Experience
                                        
With Mrs Sheila Soper of the Salisbury-Sudan Link
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

Updated ListingFriday 8 January 2016, 9.30-11.30am
Termly Governors Briefings
at the Diocesan Education Centre
Session 1: Tuesday 29 September 2015
Session 2: Friday 8 January 2016
Session 3: Thursday 14 April 2016
For all governors and members of LABs.
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

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February 2016

Monday 8 February 2016: Bournemouth William Temple Association
Justice and the Kingdom of God – Glimpses from the Salisbury Law Courts
With Andrew Wells, Lay Chaplain of Salisbury Law Courts
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

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March 2016

Monday 7 March 2016: Bournemouth William Temple Association
New Approaches to Grief in Children and Adults
With Canon Dr Bill Merrington, Chaplain of Bournemouth University
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

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April 2016

Monday 4 April 2016: Bournemouth William Temple Association
The Best Kept Secret – Do We Need Monks and Nuns?

The Right Reverend Dom Timothy Bavin OSB
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

Updated ListingThursday 14 April 2016, 9.30-11.30am
Termly Governors Briefings
at the Diocesan Education Centre
Session 1: Tuesday 29 September 2015
Session 2: Friday 8 January 2016
Session 3: Thursday 14 April 2016
For all governors and members of LABs.
Details here 
Please book through Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org, 01722 746943.

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May 2016

Saturday 7 May 2016, 7.30pm
Prom Praise Wessex
at the Lighthouse, Poole
A musical celebration with All Souls’ Orchestra, Noel Tredinnick and Stuart Townend.
Tickets will be available in January 2016.
Further information from heather@waldsax.net or a.jenner1@btinternet.com.

Monday 9 May 2016: Bournemouth William Temple Association
The Bishop of Salisbury or his Representative TBC
We meet at the Marsham Court Hotel (briefly called the Days Hotel), Russell-Cotes Road, normally on the first Monday of each month from October until May. Dinner for members (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Inquiries to John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

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