International Women’s Day 2018

I have been reflecting on Multitude of Voyce’s second service for International Women’s Day in association with St. Thomas’s Church last week. I am grateful for the trust of the Rector, Kelvin Inglis and his ministry team and also the wider support of Salisbury Diocese and Sarum College. The commitment and gifts of two local […]

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Walk with Me 05.

We’ll take the path from the viewpoint, in front of the windmill and go along to The Green, freshly mowed and lush, then down the lane past the old chapel to Martha’s Lane and into the woods, where windflower and celandine carpet the earth and hunting birds nest. Then we’ll pass by the village hall, […]

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Walk With Me 03

Walk with me, we’ll head up the lane past the thatched cottages with their gardens full of primrose and daffodil, the limp spears of bluebell just beginning to sprout through clumps of cyclamen…

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Walking with Me

I’ve been taking mindfulness walks… sometimes I am accompanied by unusual guests! Whilst walking in winter can be challenging – muddy, cold, grey and wet I am still taken aback by nature; an unexpected burst of sunlight through the woods, the sheen of frost on bramble and leaf, the still vibrant birdsong in hedgerows, holly […]

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Deeply Scored

A walk from Ford to Hurdcott and back in February 2014. The bridle way has become a river, wellie deep in places and the flow of water escaping the banks of the River Bourne is quite strong as it rushes across fields, path, road, ditches and field drains in search of itself. Long stretches of […]

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Flooded

  Views of the River Bourne along Tanners Lane and Gators Lane, as the water rises and rises.

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