Monthly Archives: February 2014

Around Bedford Town

The Most Reverend Trevor Huddleston (1913-1998), born in Bedford. English Anglican Bishop who became Archbishop of the Province of the Indian Ocean. Much respected for his work against apartheid in South Africa. His bronze bust in Bedford Town Centre records … Continue reading

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Along ‘The Backs’, Cambridge

Strolling around Cambridge on a bright February morning. Enjoying views of the Cambridge Colleges that back onto the River Cam – King’s College, Clare College, Trinity Hall, Trinity College and St John’s College – all looking wonderful.

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Validating Ministry

My book, ‘Validating Ministry’, is available in paperback and kindle versions on Amazon – http://www.amazon.com; http://www.amazon.co.uk; etc …. It is a slim volume but I hope you enjoy it.

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Wimpole Hall in the February Sunshine

Wimpole Hall, a National Trust property in Cambridgeshire.

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Anglesey Abbey – Winter Garden

With more snowdrops.

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Look

Look carefully and you will see, A carpet of snowdrops under the tree.

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More Snowdrops

Today, at Anglesey Abbey – a glorious sight in a perfect setting.

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