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Vicar on June 20th, 2011

Ronald Blythe spends some time with his family HAPPENING to be in their direc¬tion, we call on the ancestors, I and the Australian nephews. There they lie, below the sodden cow-parsley; for it has rained most of the night. The Suffolk churchyard begins with the bright slabs of the newly cremated, and concludes with the […]

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Vicar on June 13th, 2011

What is the correct attire for a lecturer, asks Ronald Blythe NO rain, but heavy dews. They raise an early sparkle. You might argue the great spring drought. Countless roses hang their soggy heads, and a drenched cat flies in from where she has spent an adventurous night, crying “Food, food, for pity’s sake.” I […]

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Vicar on June 13th, 2011

The Friends of St Andrew’s, Wormingford Invite you to a Summer’s evening concert of readings in the church at 7:00 pm on Saturday 16th July An amusing look at the Country Parson The readings will be from the works of Alan Bennett Ronnie Blythe John Betjeman George Herbert John Mortimer Dylan Thomas Anthony Trollop Evelyn […]

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Vicar on June 5th, 2011

Ronald Blythe makes use of a Victorian book of prayer I WEED my way to the honeysuckle that the German prisoners of war planted for Christine, the kind lady who spoke their language and made them cakes. The honeysuckle’s scent amazes me as I free the labyrinthine plant from nettles. Down in the village, they […]

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