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Issue 212 | August 2020
ow fast the Summer holidays have come around. We may all have been stuck at home but time has still flown by. Slowly everything is starting to open up again and some form of new normal is taking shape. Some clubs are slowly returning to Kempshott Village Hall, but we would suggest you contact the various clubs to check if they have started to come back yet. We are aware of some and they are listed on the Village Hall page. Some clubs are also starting to write their regular reports giving updates on what they have been doing during lockdown. Sports are also returning to the local pitches and it is a pleasure to see the young people playing football and having a good time. Something they have all missed over recent months. They tell us it is good to be able to see their friends again. We have had a few calls asking if we are still collecting milk bottle tops because Collector's Corner has not been published. They can still be dropped on our drive at 138 Coniston Road, we hope to be able to include our regular column soon. As far as we are aware the others collectors are still taking their items.
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The Editor Kempshott Under 5s Preschool Kempshott Infant & Junior School
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At long last, we seem to be making progress in the lifting of COVID-19 lockdown but we all need to keep being careful & considerate. I heard on the news yesterday that Basingstoke Hospital has no positive tested patients, so if we all do our bit, we can hopefully keep it that way.
Personally, I’m still having to work from home as I’m not yet allowed to return to Parklands for my voluntary work. Hampshire Constabulary are working hard to get the Volunteers Return to Work policy signed off, then we have to get Social Distancing sorted in the office and finally my Inspector and I have to agree a Risk Assesment. So nothing changes just yet. Obviously there is only a limited amount that I can do from home and even those items take a bit longer than normal. There has been a small amount of local crime in our area. Some details have been sent out by our police on the Alert system, so those of you who are registered users should have seen those. If you are not yet registered, this might be a good time to sign up. It is totally free and you don’t have to do anything other than read the updates as and when. I have also had several issues sent to me by the Police Corporate Press Office. I have put all of these into the Press Releases section on the website at www.bdnw.org.uk so even if you do not buy the Gazette you can still read them. Unfortunately the number of reads on these articles is Zero in many cases, so maybe there is no great interest, but I’m fairly sure I’ll still be asked why the police don’t send information. It is all there, but you do have to make the effort. Whilst mentioning the website, anyone who has visited recently may be worried by their browser warning that the site is “Not Secure”. To explain, here is an update from our web manager,“These safety warnings are normally produced by your browser if the website that is being accessed is using the default HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) rather than HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure). To explain further, HTTPS is the protocol that encrypts any communications between your client and the website. It is used (and should always be used) when transferring sensitive information such as that involved in financial transactions (bank details, credit card details) or accessing health records etc. The actual website security and that of your client are not protected by HTTPS, merely the information that is transmitted between the 2 is protected using enctyption. Our website does not ask for or indeed require any sensitive information and the vast bulk of the information is available to anyone whether they 'sign-in' or not. Please rest assured that the actual website is secure and that the documents on there have been properly virus checked before being uploaded. Please do not hesitate to ask for more information on this or on any other items related to the website." Woodpecker Close now has a new NW coordinator. Thanks to Jean Cribb for looking after the scheme. Responsibility now passes to Mary Cushion who will likely be trying to recruit some new members. For the duration of COVID-19 with my police email not available and I’m still working from home, please send feedback and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org which gets sent on to me so I can respond, but please allow a few days for a reply. Kind regards
KANCARE – We are still here but…. I expect that many of you have had to make changes to the way you have lived over the past few months thanks to Covid 19, and if the reports are anything to go by we are likely to be affected by it for many months to come.
At Kancare (Kempshott Neighbourcare) we had to cease all our activities back in March as many of our volunteers are over 70 and a good number of our “neighbours” are well over that age and so immediately had to stay indoors. Our Friday morning Coffee Club was also brought to an abrupt halt by the pandemic. Since then we have monitored developments and the Government guidance as we know how many of you have come to appreciate what we do in the local community. Following a socially distanced garden meeting of our committee today (15th July) we have, sadly, concluded that all our activities should continue to be “on hold”. How long that is for we do not really know but we will continue to review the situation regularly. We are aware that this will be a disappointment, but we do not have any alternative as your health and that of our volunteers is of paramount importance.
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Well – what a year! Parents becoming teachers, children at home, children in bubbles, someone taking your temperature every morning, no shared area - Oh no!! - but really cool picnic lunches each day! The children have all had great fun with our Under the Sea topic, whether they are learning at home or learning in school they have shared some fantastic work and some great ideas. They have made huge sea scenes, created handprint sea creatures, painted crazy puffer fish and sorted animals that live on land, in the sea or even both! Watch out for the huge orange octopus, (named Peanut!) hanging from the ceiling in Skylark class and beware of the swarms of jellyfish in Year R! Sadly, we have not been able to have all our usual end of year celebrations but Year 1 and 2 children have been in to spend some time with their teachers. This has been a lovely way to bring the year to a close for them. The Year R teachers have enjoyed meeting the children who will join Year R in September via some delightful Zoom meetings! This has been great fun and we look forward to meeting them properly at the start of next term. Once again, all the children at Kempshott Infant School can look back on a year to be proud of when, despite the strange and difficult circumstances, they have proved themselves resilient and mature, have continued to do their best and have achieved many of their goals. We know that our Year 2 children will be fantastic Year 3s and wish them lots of luck as they move up to their new schools. We are really looking forward to welcoming children to a more settled and calm year in September and hope that before that they enjoy a very sunny and happy holiday!
Kempshott Junior School News
It is with mixed emotions that the school year has come to an end. What a strange year it has been! It has been a Year full of successes, new adventures as well as missed opportunities. Kempshott Junior School were very pleased to be able to offer places to all year 6 pupils and key workers. In addition to this, pupils in ALL year groups had the chance to finish their school year by spending a morning with their class teacher …their new teacher even popped in to say Hello! We would like to take this opportunity to say a big well done to ALL of our pupils; from Year 3-6 for dealing so well throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Whether children were at school or at home, we appreciated that you had so much going on to deal with and it was a very confusing time. Parents and carers were at the heart of support for our pupils, and for that we would like to thank you. Our Year 6 pupils had to deal with the missed opportunity of completing their SATs…your chance to shine has been throughout your time at Kempshott and you will be given further chances at your chosen secondary school. Year 6 pupils did have a chance to enjoy an end of year assembly celebration and take part in a Year 6 Leavers Song Production. New pupils joining Kempshott Junior School next year in Year 3, were given the opportunity to come and visit the school and their new class teacher, after enjoying resources online to support transition. They also have shown great maturity through this difficult time. We would like to take this opportunity to say a HUGE well done to everyone in Kempshott Junior School for their hard work and positive outlook and hope that September will reassemble a bit more of the ‘normality’ that we are used to. Thank you to the Kempshott Community in all roles, for adhering to government advice and staying safe. Keep smiling, enjoy your summer and see you all soon, from all at Kempshott Junior School. We have all been so busy enjoying the sunshine, which has certainly put a spring in our step! Much of our playing and learning has been outside, we have planted runner beans, so that we can watch them grow into giant beanstalks, making homes for bugs, flying kites and finding lots of different natural resources to make collages. To support the Lions who will be going to School in September we have been practicing putting on our PE kits. Completing obstacle courses and taking part in lovely yoga sessions. We have had Autumn walks, theto beautiful Oldwe Down area, looking out the for signs that ideas and activities for home Although not some all oflovely the children have enjoying been able join us, have been giving children tell us it is Autumn, such as the colourful leaves. We have also created spider webs like the ones we saw learning. As we had to cancel our Sports Day due to Lockdown, many of the children and their parents took videos of the in the foggy Autumn mornings and we made trees with leaves we have collected. We made a leaf full of children races at to home; has been so lovely to see. Autumn doing words to display show this our families.
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It’s certainly been a very different year at Kempshott Under Fives, but it’s also been a wonderful one! Since being able to welcome more children back to preschool again in June we have spent lots of time outdoors. We’ve been on woodland walks and have had a mini sports day too. One of the favourite garden activities has been building obstacle courses and our children who are still at home have loved joining in and building obstacle courses at home too. We have continued with our zoom calls and weekly activities for our children at home – and our last zoom call of the year was a party zoom! We couldn’t say goodbye to our older children who are going off to school without a little celebration; we had a low key but very lovely garden graduation, with certificates and graduation caps, and a little gift for each of our children too. We wish all of our children lots of luck and happiness in their new schools and although we’re sad to see them go, we know they are all completely ready for this next adventure! The children have learnt so much and they’ve grown in confidence and independence too. We are now hoping for a more normal September when we can welcome our new starters to Kempshott Under Fives and hear all about our children’s summer adventures. Preschool opens for the new academic year on Monday 7th September. We are holding meetings in our preschool garden on Friday 4th September for families who are looking for a preschool for the 2020/21 academic year. If you are looking for a preschool place for the next academic year, we still have spaces available - we are currently reserving places with no commitment until we are fully open for preschool visits and show-arounds. For a virtual tour of our lovely preschool please take a look at our Facebook page @ Kempshott Under Fives. We are located in St Mark’s Church on Homesteads Road, Kempshott, and are open Monday to Friday 8.30am-3pm during term times (closed Tuesday mornings). We take children from the age of 2 years until they start primary school and have spaces available from September 2020. If you would like to apply for a space, or if you’d just like to learn a bit more, please contact our Manager, Melissa,at email@example.com. We will send you an application form to register, and will invite you in for a garden meeting on Friday 4th September.
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It has been lovely to be back with our Shooting Stars this term. Our BIG NEWS is that from September we will be open all year round and our hours are changing so we will be open 8am – 5pm daily. Our ethos is based around preparing the whole child to be ready for school and the big wide world. We work on independence, resilience, respect and open mindedness along with other It has been lovely to be back with our Shooting Stars this term. learning behaviours that encourage our children to have a growth mindset. We enable them to believe that they can do anything in life if they keep tryingOur and never giveis up. This is reflected our motto – reach for BIG NEWS that from September we will in be open all year round the stars and shine. We set our shooting stars up to really aim high and believe in themselves as they start and our hours are changing so we will be open 8am – 5pm daily. their lifelong learning journey. Our ethos is based around preparing the whole child to be ready for school and the big wide world. We work on independence, resilience, respect and open mindedness along with other learning behaviours that encourage our children to have a growth mindset. We enable them to believe that they can do anything in life if they keep trying and never give up. This is reflected in our motto – reach for the stars and shine. We set our shooting stars up to really aim high and believe in themselves as they start their lifelong learning journey.
Finally back to some normality, Kicking the COVID-19 to the Milky Way galaxy!. Looking somewhat brighter, Even though my jeans are now tighter!. Back to football training, Not going to lie I nearly died with this covid weight gaining. Something we all can relate to, Too many chocolates and fondue. What else was we supposed to do, All we had was comfort food. Don’t get me started on shopping, Two metres apart with a lot of dodging!. Queuing forever I find myself in a trance, Time seems to stand still for all I knew I could be stood in France!. Losing my mind going stir crazy, Becoming a sloth and much more lazy. Couch potato I’ve become,
I never watched so many quiz shows, But now I’m on Sky Atlantic checking out game of thrones!. Then things changed and we could finally meet our friends, Keeping a little distance catching up at weekends. People that furloughed and working from home, Slowly returning to work no longer alone. Finally the parks open and no longer bound in chains, Children can play merrily as they walk through the gates. People of Basingstoke my home town, We’ve all tried to adhere and for this we should be proud. I toast good health to You all, Let’s continue to be safe and stand tall.
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Fuzzy Drove is a narrow strip of land which is greatly enjoyed and appreciated by so many people Fuzzy Drove is a narrow strip of land which is greatly enjoyed and appreciated by so many people whether that is when they walk or cycle along it or as a beautiful backdrop to their garden or as a whether that is when they walk or cycle along it or as a beautiful backdrop to their garden or as a wildlife corridor that helps to maintain the native flora and fauna in the area, benefiting us all wildlife corridor that helps to maintain the native flora and fauna in the area, benefiting us all throughout the year as the seasons come and go. throughout the year as the seasons come and go. Like all common land and rights of way (RoW - which Fuzzy Drove is), there is often the temptation to deviate from Like all common land and rights of way (RoW - which Fuzzy Drove is), there is often the temptation to deviate from the allotted path, and in some cases this has the potential to damage part of the environment that makes the path the allotted path, and in some cases this has the potential to damage part of the environment that makes the path such a pleasure to walk in the first place, sometimes damaging farm crops, or flora and fauna. Ultimately this type of such a pleasure to walk in the first place, sometimes damaging farm crops, or flora and fauna. Ultimately this type of behaviour leads to everybody losing out and future generations not having the benefit of a RoW or common land with a behaviour leads to everybody losing out and future generations not having the benefit of a RoW or common land with a natural habitat that everybody can enjoy. natural habitat that everybody can enjoy. If you notice misuse, changes of use or fly tipping on footpaths, bridleways, common land or rights of way such as If you notice misuse, changes of use or fly tipping on footpaths, bridleways, common land or rights of way such as Fuzzy Drove please notify it to the local authority as we all need to do our bit to protect our public open spaces for Fuzzy Drove please notify it to the local authority as we all need to do our bit to protect our public open spaces for our own and future generations’ well-being and benefit. our own and future generations’ well-being and benefit.
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A particular “Thank you” to two local members of the community who reported a fly-tipped mattress last week, and to Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council for their swift action in collecting it. Thank you for helping us to look after this little piece of Kempshott’s history and heritage. We hope to return to our usual working parties in September. Please keep an eye on our web page www.fuzzydrove.co.uk for updates about days and times. If you would like to join in we would be really pleased to see you. For more detailed information you could email email@example.com
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Kempshott – a Biodiversity Increase Zone (BIZ) The Borough Council have been running a biodiversity improvement project this year in Beggarwood and Hatch Warren, despite the complications of Covid-19. The aim is to increase the biodiversity of selected roadside green spaces and many small patches of grass by changing the maintenance regime to allow more wildflowers to thrive and spread, benefiting both pollinators and people. They are inviting other districts to suggest areas where the same approach could be used to achieve greater natural biodiversity. During the work on the Kempshott Community Plan we established that the vast majority of Kempshott residents cherish their biodiversity rich large green spaces and support nature conservation in dozens of ways. Kempshott is already relatively biodiversity-rich but has the potential to become a real flagship nature conservation district if we work with the Council to identify the many smaller green spaces currently mown like sports fields, for the sake of "tidiness" which could, in part, be allowed to develop wildflowers. Do you remember how brilliant these spaces looked in April and May this year - full of buttercups, oxeye daisies and even orchids – simply because the council were unable to cut them until May? This could be a regular feature. Help us identify the many candidates for nature conservation treatment by contacting any of the Conservation Groups in Kempshott and passing on your recommendations. Thank you for your input.
This is what is possible with a bit of sensitive management. It was created by Hatch Warren Nature Group along a stretch of Woodbury Road.
There’s some colour in the Meadow In July, we recorded our first Cinnabar moth on transect in Down Grange Meadow This day flying moth is a distinctive reddish-pink colour, which makes it easy to spot. Their caterpillars feed on Ragwort, one of the few insects that can tolerate the poisons the plant secretes. As the caterpillars take up the poison, their vibrant yellow and black colouration warns birds that what they are about to eat tastes really, really nasty. The Meadow is not grazed so we have no problem leaving some Ragwort for the insects that depend upon it.
PROBUS MEMBERS REMEMBER THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN This summer is the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and today
the Probus Club of Basingstoke has several members who were “regulars” in the RAF. We have a Wing Commander, two Squadron Leaders, a Flight Lieutenant and Flight Sergeant and in previous years we have had two Group Captains. None of the present day members are old enough to have served at that time although many of our mostly civilian members class themselves as War Babies and do have war time memories.
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But what of the majority of members who either did their National Service or were just too young to be called up? They had busy lives in industry, commerce, medicine, law and science in the locality and overseas. They now have a fulfilling retirement helped by their membership of the Probus Club. Some are keeping fit by trying to do their 10,000 steps a day, others pleased to get back on the golf course and one keenly looking forward to being a cricket umpire. Others may be less energetic but have kept their minds active with other hobbies. Not for them the problem faced by many being on furlough with an increasing waistline but by not dining out so often has had a positive effect on their wallets. See www.probusbasingstoke.club for information about the Probus Club of Basingstoke. Pictured above: RAF badge of 19 Squadron (who flew Spitfires) Pilot Officer Peter Watson of squadron who was killed in aerial combat over Sangette in northern France. He was only twenty years old.
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Sainsbury’s in the Community Across the Borough, Sainsbury’s continues to help in a number of ways. We’ll be re-introducing our Food Donation point at the front of the store with priority given to the team at Basingstoke Foodbank. We’ll also continue to help and assist with bulk food orders from the team at Basingstoke Voluntary Action (BVA) as they continue to help the vulnerable across the Borough. Colleagues at our Depot in Houndmills, continue to help with donations to BVA and, we’re delighted to continue to assist with donations to The Camrose Centre. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the community volunteers at the Food Hubs across the Borough, who have delivered countless food parcels during the last few months.There are far too many to mention personally but, we’re certain you know, who they are. Finally On behalf of all our colleagues at the store, wed like to thank each and everyone of our customers for their patience and goodwill during the last few months.
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Last month I was the victim of a Malware attack that I had nothing to do with, but it seems more common for scammers to use Artificial Intelligence to target victims. The issue I had was related to an email sent out at 2:38am which was generated using random Subject lines and had an Excel Spreadsheet attached used for the payload. The subject line would be “Past due payment invoice [xxxx]” or “Delayed invoice statement [xxxx]” with the number being randomly generated as well. Usually there’s body content to draw attention to the unsuspecting user but what’s interesting about this type of scam is that trust is used to lull the victim into a false sense of security. People who received invoices from me know that I have worked with them in the past so if an email purports to be from me then it’s trusted but a sense of unease and curiosity is raised as people with either think, “I’ve already paid that” or “what outstanding invoice”. As mentioned, this particular scam used an Excel Spreadsheet which then went on to attempt to download a “trojan” with the prime intention to steal financial information. A trojan is named after and operates in the same way as in the Greek Trojan horse used to invade Troy. The Greek Trojan had elite troops hidden inside that crept out under the cover of darkness to open the gates of the sealed city. In this instance, an Excel spreadsheet was host to a hidden macro that launched when it was opened. A macro is a set of code used to automate repetitive tasks, such as connecting to and external system and importing large amounts of data, but hackers and spammers soon realised they could be used for malicious purposes. The good news is that Microsoft, over the years, have put plenty of workarounds in to protect users and typically require users to “Enable Content” that contains macros. Obviously, if users have opted to bypass this security then they’ve already decided that security protection is not that important to them. What struck me about this, and other recent types of spam, is that is has become more targeted to take advantage of trust. They have collated thousands of email addresses and then used AI or machine learning to link known contact. This is something that social media sites like Facebook and LinkedIn naturally do as part of joining friends or business acquaintance together. Now many will be asking how they get this data. That’s simple. It typically through one of two methods. The first method is to obtain the password to the email account. The other option is to gain access to an intermediate mail server and intercept the message headers. I know my account was not compromised because the password I use is rather complex and the server will automatically block any third party that tries to continually guess. The other reason I knew it wasn’t my server is because I checked the login data in the security log and every logon came from the same address, one associated with my house. The mechanism to send email is rather simple and not very clever at all. In the early formative years of the systems on which the internet was created, you could only send email messages to people using the same computer system, or mainframes as they were called then. Ray Tomlinson proposed, in 1972, a solution to use a system called FTP, File Transfer Protocol to send email. FTP was used, unsurprisingly, to transfer files between different computers and Ray’s idea was to extend the “Verbs” (or methods) set to handle email. Ray defined a structure to standardise these files like “TO: <user> at <computer>” and “Subject: xyz”, “From: abc”. This way, the receiving computer could understand it was an email and handle it. 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Phishing sites are designed to look like a trusted site, such as PayPal, and try to obtain sensitive and personal information like password, email address, date of birth etc. This data is then used to access other system because most people still use the same passwords for many sites. This problem is not going away and next month I will outline in more details steps to try to help identify more of the sneaky ways these criminals try to scam you. Until then, the best advice is to always remain suspicious of ANY email and above all, make sure your computer is up to date with security patches and you have updated your antivirus software.
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Our spiritual health underpins our physical and mental health Over the past few months we’ve needed to tackle Covid-19 behaving as a united community, having clear, simple instructions has been necessary. Whether you28 agree they’ve been the correct actions at the correct time is a different topic but following the guidance has helped keep the majority safe. Having to do as we’re told can be a Transition & Transformation difficult thing for some, while others find it a comfort.
OUR SPIRITUAL HEALTH UNDERPINS Our spiritual health underpins our physical and mental health OUR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH Over the past few months we’ve needed to tackle Covid-19 behaving as a united community, having clear,
Hello. My name is Debbie Veel. I am one of the Licensed Lay Ministers (LLM’s or Readers as they are sometimes known) at St. Mark’s church. LLM’s are not ordained, so we don’t Everyone has a unique story to tell, maybe had medical personal choice; have you wear a you’ve dog collar, butto weshield, can do through much of what a vicaradvice can door with some notable exceptions. We can’t bless the communion wine and bread;changing we can’t marry people been home-schooling, home-working, furloughing or have you experienced things day by day? Maybe Over the past few months we’ve needed to tackle Covid-19 behaving as a united community, having nor clear, simple do completely we baptise anyone. Interestingly enough, we can lead funerals. Other than that wethat’s felt you’ve turned your hand to something different or maybe your life didn’t really change and instructions has been necessary. Whether you agree they’ve been the correct actions at the correct time is a preach, lead worship, prayer and mid-week groups and we are involved in the running of the church. I think strange too. Perhaps experienced illness, bereavement, redundancy or other ofasloss such asiscan cancelled simple instructions has been necessary. Whether you agree they’ve been the correct actions attypes the correct time a different different topic butyou’ve following the guidance has helped keep the majority safe. Having to do we’re told be a of it as being a bit like being a deputy head of a school.
As we prioritised physical safety and locked ourselves many saw medical our Everyone has aour unique story to tell, maybe had toaway, shield, through advice or personal choice; have you things have you’ve happened in the church and community under their leadership.
Everyone has a unique story to take tell, amaybe you’ve hadfurloughing to shield, through medical personal choice; have you mental health hit. I home-working, started to suffer daily migraines, allyou sorts of thingsadvice been home-schooling, orFor have experienced things or changing day by day? Maybe example- we have started a messy church (very informal craft, food, a short been home-schooling, home-working, furloughing or have you experienced things changing day by day? Maybe you’ve trigger my migraines but it’s to ansomething indicator that I’m not different managing my stress levels. you’ve turned your hand completely maybe your didn’t change and that’s felt celebrationor and lots of fun for life families of allreally ages 2.30pm -5pm every third Saturday); turned your hand toOther something completely different or maybe your life didn’t really change and that’s felt strange too. people may have turned alcohol, orillness, perhaps started eating more, strange too. Perhaps you’ve to experienced bereavement, redundancy or other of loss such as we have started doing the fabulous ‘Opentypes the Book’ assemblies forcancelled the Y4’s in the nd junior school; started Saturday @ Saint Mark’s (2 Saturday of the month from other’s may have found it difficult to get out of bed. Symptoms of stress and Perhaps you’ve experienced illness, bereavement, redundancy or other types of loss such as cancelled events. events. coping mechanisms take all sorts of guises.
9:30am) which is an informal chance to learn such things as your ancestry, try flower
As we prioritised our physical safety and locked arranging ourselves away, many saw our mental go for walks or bike rides round Kempshott or find out about various things to do with IT or further As we prioritised our physical safety and locked ourselves away, many sawand ourrenovated education. We of havethings employedtrigger an Outreach Worker health take a hit. I started to suffer daily migraines, all sorts my migraines A survey showed people to feltsuffer theirdaily mental had been mental healththat take80% a hit.ofI started migraines, allever sorts ofnegatively things our kitchen at church –health if you have used the old kitchen at St. but it’s an indicatorimpacted that I’mand not managing stress levels. Other people may have levels. turned has been due to isolation, job insecurity, trigger my this migraines but my it’s an indicator that I’m notstate managing Mark’s you know what itrelationship was in!my All stress of this and much more to alcohol, or perhaps started eating more, other’s may have found it difficult to get out of lack of motivation or purpose as under Kelvin’s leadership. Other people may have turned to alcohol, or perhaps started eating more, breakdowns and bereavement. People have been struggling with feelings of anxiety, bed. Symptoms of stress coping take all sorts ofoffguises. may havemechanisms found itthoughts, difficult toparanoid get out ofdelusions bed. Symptoms of stress wellother’s asand experiencing suicidal psychosis. Ifand you’retostruggling with unusual or difficult Kelvin and Jane are on aand well-deserved long holiday their coping mechanisms all sorts of guises. favourite placethe Greek islands. We In wish them well, as I am suretalking to a trusted family to understand feelings, take it’s really important to speak to someone. the first instance,
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topic but following events. the difficult guidance keep the find majority safe. Having to do as we’re told can be a difficult thing for thinghas for helped some, while others it a comfort. I am writing this month because, as you may or may not know, the Rev. Kelvin and Jane Taylor left St. Mark’s some, while others find it a comfort. at the end of May. They had been with us for nine years and we are sad to see them go. Many exciting
A survey showed that 80% of people felt their mental health had been negatively impacted of you do also. member or friend can help but pleasemany remember the NHS is still there for us.* and this has been due toA isolation, job insecurity, relationship breakdowns andbeen bereavement. survey showed that 80% of people their mental had negatively It is felt a time of change andhealth transition for them and for the church. People have been struggling with feelings of anxiety, lack of motivation or purpose impacted and this has been due to isolation, job insecurity, relationship as well It may well be a time of change and transition for you too. You may be changing job; maybe moving house; as experiencing suicidal thoughts, paranoid and psychosis. Ifwith you’re struggling with unusual difficult as to breakdowns and bereavement. People have struggling feelings lack of So, how’s your spiritual health?delusions Is that something you regularly consider? Asof a anxiety, Christian, Itoconsider my or spiritual having a new been baby; getting married; leaving home for the first time go motivation to university orortopurpose travel. There understand feelings,health it’swell really important to speak to someone. In the first instance, talking to a trusted family member or experiencing paranoid delusions and psychosis. Ifinyou’re with unusual or difficult also be some less pleasantof changes happening your life-struggling divorce, unemployment, bereavement. toasunderpin everysuicidal aspectthoughts, of mymay life. Some definitions spiritual health include: friend can help but please remember the NHS is still there for us.* to understand feelings, it’s really important to speak to someone. In the first instance, talking to a trusted family In the church’s year, the weeks just gone still form part of the ‘Easter Season’. It was a time of transition and
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“Gives lifedisciples meaning and change for Jesus’ too. They had purpose.” around the country with Jesus, listening to him teach and So, how’s your spiritual health? Is that something you regularly consider? Astravelled a Christian, I consider my spiritual health preach, watching him do miracles and healings. But they hadn’t quite understood ‘what he was really about.’ to underpin every aspect of my life. Some definitions of spiritual health include: “Creates balance between social aspects of life.” On Easterphysical, Sunday and onpsychological many occasions afterand that they met the risen Lord Jesus, and during this time,
So, how’s your spiritual health? Is before that something you regularly consider? As a Christian, consider He ascended to heaven, they began to understand all that He Iwas teachingmy and spiritual explaining to them “Gives life meaning and purpose.” health to underpin every aspect ofabout my “Feeling life. Some definitions of spiritual health include: God and about how much He loves each and every one of us. They finally did begin to comprehend at peace with life.”
“Creates balance between physical, psychological ‘what He was really about.’ and social aspects of life.” “Gives life meaning and purpose.” “Feeling peace with life.” “Experiencing a complete life full ofcalled hope and comfort, even atinvolve the eating. hardest Many ofatwhat are resurrection appearances in the Bible This istimes.” important because it tells us that the risen Jesus had a real physical body -he wasn’t some kind of ghostly apparition. “Experiencing a complete life full of hope and comfort, even at the hardest times.”
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Psalm 46 v. 1-3 givesPsalm usfellowship. reassurance that God is with even in God the circumstances: 46 v. 1-3But gives us reassurance thatus God iswith with us even inextreme theimportant. most extreme circumstances: for me, spending time alone ismost equally
Spending time in nature provides to doTherefore that; I alsowe feelwill closenot to God “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help me in time trouble. fear,when though the earth give way and the “God isthe our refuge andme, strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, using gifts he’sand given arranging and playing music has been particularly At other times in my life, when I’ve been mentally physically broken, God has stood by me and my spiritual mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake withoftheir though thethis earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart thesurging.” sea, though its helpful during time. health, although tested, has pulled me through. 2020 has been an incredibly testing time for many of us and this waters roar and and foam and the mountains quake withby their surging.” At other times in my life, when I’ve been mentally physically broken, God has stood me and my spiritual health, may continue for some time yet. Psalm me 46 v.through. 1-3 gives us reassurance thatan God is with us even in the mostfor extreme although tested, has pulled 2020 has been incredibly testing time manycircumstances: of us and this may continue If I look after my spiritual health, I find I’m healthier both physically and for some time yet. “God is our refuge strength, anpracticing ever-present help inthis trouble. mentally. Duringand lockdown I started yoga regularly, has beenTherefore we will not fear, Iffantastic I look after my spiritual health, I find I’m healthier both and mentally. though thefor earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, thoughDuring its my mind and my body but when I’m feeling particularly physically waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging.” lockdown I started practicing yoga regularly, this has been fantastic for my mind and my stressed, when I cannot shift a migraine, I’ll follow a short yoga session on body butthat when feeling particularly when cannot YouTube endsI’m in Shavasana. When I’m lyingstressed, on my back, armsIand legs shift a migraine, I’ll follow arelaxed, short yoga on YouTube ends When palmssession up, eyes closed, this is a that perfect timeintoShavasana. be close to God and I’m lying on my back, arms pray.legs My prayers arepalms simple,up, perhaps “maythis Youriswill be mine”time or “Holy and relaxed, eyes just closed, a perfect to be close to God and pray. My Spirit wash me”; ifperhaps I’m struggling something in particular, may“Holy be prayers areover simple, just with “may Your will be mine”it or Spirit wash over me”; if a simple sentence such as “please help me let go of this pain”. So my mind, I’m struggling with something in particular, it may be a simple sentence such as “please help my let body have all So been refreshed. me goand of spirit this pain”. my mind, my body and spirit have all been refreshed.
As themonths months have gone by, each of us will have (and will As the have gone by, each of us will have taken (andtaken will continue to continue to take) different take) different decisions when to visit and friends and family, when to go decisions about whenabout to visit friends family, when to go to newly opened shops, when tostart newlyup opened shops, when to start previously paused (or takenItonline) to previously paused (orup taken online) activities. would be very easy to get swept activities. would and be very easy to get“get swept up into the hustle and bustle andBut I, like many others, have up in the Ithustle bustle and back (the old) normal”. “get back to (the old) normal”. I, likedecided many others, havemy learnt valuable learnt valuable lessons andBut have to alter life for good. For me, these decisions lessons and have decided to alter my life for good. For me, these decisions have been guided by prayer and I particular like this quote from Sonya Renee Taylor:
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“We will not go back to normal. Normal never was. Our pre-corona existence was not normal other than we normalised greed, inequity, exhaustion, depletion, extraction, disconnection, confusions, rage, hoarding, hate and lack. We should not long to return, my friends. We are
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“Creates balance between physical, psychological and social aspects of life.” My spiritual health is aided by meeting with church both at church Often the my disciples didn’tcommunity, immediately recognize Jesus-‘he was the same but different.’ The best analogy of
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29 “We will not go back to normal. Normal never was. Our pre-corona existence was not normal other than we normalised greed, inequity, exhaustion, depletion, extraction, disconnection, confusions, rage, hoarding, hate and lack. We should not long to return, my friends. We are being given the opportunity to stitch a new garment. One that fits all of humanity and nature.” Frances Coleman-Williams – member of St Mark’s congregation. Further writing on mental health matters and beyond can be found at www.mindfulsurvivor.co.uk *As well as the NHS, other options for people struggling with their mental health include: Samaritans: 116 123 (24 hours) CALM: 0800 58 58 58 (5pm-midnight) Transition & Transformation Mind: 0300 123 3393 (Mon-Fri 9am-6pm) Hello. My name is Debbie Veel. I am one of the Licensed Lay Ministers (LLM’s or Readers as they are sometimes known) at St. Mark’s church. LLM’s are not ordained, so we don’t SANE: 0300 304 7000 (4.30pm-10.30pm) wear a dog collar, but we can do much of what a vicar can do with some notable Men’s health forum: https://www.menshealthforum.org.uk/ exceptions. We can’t bless the communion wine and bread; we can’t marry people nor do we baptise anyone. Interestingly enough, we can lead funerals. Other than that we Mental health foundation: http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/ preach, lead worship, prayer and mid-week groups and we are involved in the running of the church. Young Minds: http://www.youngminds.org.uk/of it as being a bit like being a deputy head of a school.
I am writing this month because, as you may or may not know, the Rev. Kelvin and Jane Taylor left St. Mark’s
at the end of May. They had been with us for nine years and1pm we areeach sad to Tuesday. see them go. You Many exciting St Mark’s will continue to be open for individual private prayer between 10am and are things have happened in the church and community under their leadership. welcome to come and pray- please take a look at the guidelines for entry which can be downloaded from the For example- we have started a messy church (very informal craft, food, a short front page of our website https://www.saintmarks.org.uk/welcome.htm celebration and lots of fun for families of all ages 2.30pm -5pm every third Saturday);
havewould started doing fabulousthese ‘Open the Book’ assemblies thelink Y4’s in the Our online services will also continue for the time being. Ifweyou liketheaccess please followfor the junior school; started Saturday @ Saint Mark’s (2nd Saturday of the month from below: 9:30am) which is an informal chance to learn such things as your ancestry, try flower
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https://www.saintmarks.org.uk/stmarksathome.htm education. We have employed an Outreach Worker and renovated
our kitchen at church – if you have ever used the old kitchen at St. There you will find children’s stories, activities plus our services and sermons all available to download or Mark’s you know what state it was in! All of this and much more watch. under Kelvin’s leadership. andCommunion Jane are off on a well-deserved holiday to their From 1st August we will hold a simple, saidKelvin Holy service onlong a Sunday evening at 6.30pm at the favourite place- the Greek islands. We wish them well, as I am sure church, for those who would like to attend. many of you do also.
This will be a short service of around 30 minutes and, because we will need limit numbers in the building, we It is a time of change and transition for them and to for the church. will set up a system to book in. Details will be onwellour during the next It may be awebsite time of change and transition for youweek. too. You may be changing job; maybe moving house; having a new baby; getting married; leaving home for the first time to go to university or to travel. There may also be some less pleasant changes happening in your life- divorce, unemployment, bereavement.
In the church’s year, the weeks just gone still form part of the ‘Easter Season’. It was a time of transition and change for Jesus’ disciples too. They had travelled around the country with Jesus, listening to him teach and preach, watching him do miracles and healings. But they hadn’t quite understood ‘what he was really about.’
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On Easter Sunday and on many occasions after that they met the risen Lord Jesus, and during this time, before He ascended to heaven, they began to understand all that He was teaching and explaining to them about God and about how much He loves each and every one of us. They finally did begin to comprehend ‘what He was really about.’
www.basingstokereadingmethodists.uk/churches/kempshott "We have been running our Sunday Service at Many 10.30 as are ancalled interactive forBible involve eating. This is important because it of what resurrectionexperience appearances in the tells us that the risen Jesus had a real physical body -he a few weeks. It has proved very welcome and we have people from Reading and wasn’t as some kind of ghostly apparition. Often the disciples didn’t immediately recognize Jesus-‘he was the same but different.’ The best analogy of far as Telford taking part in the Service. this is when maybe you have had your hair done or get new glasses. Often people comment that there is ‘something a bit different about you’ but they cannot quite place their finger on it.
Everyone can participate and we can see and interact with each other during the During this transition period, Jesus appeared to his disciples in pairs, groups and once to 500 people in one service. go. This tells us that Jesus’ resurrection appearances couldn’t have been a hallucination. It is unlikely that 2 or 3 people, let alone 500 would have had the same hallucination!
An off-shoot of this has been a fellowship meeting every Wednesday morning. We discuss and pray about both personal Transition is unsettling and often make us feel ill at ease - It was for the disciples, it is for us at St. Mark’s and global issues. The pre lockdown fellowshipandwas a you. month, but “What this we’ll format has so valuable in these it may once well be for We wonder, do?” and “Howproved we will manage?” Jesus promised to send his disciples a ‘helper’, which we call the Holy Spirit, to guide & support them and enable them isolating times that it has been established formanage eachand week. People get a chance to talk to each other and partaketoin a find a way through. fellowship that breaks into what, for some, can be a long week. Interested? It's easy to join us, please contact Colin on 468969 or through fb kempsottmethodistchurch for information."
St Joseph's Catholic Church South Ham, Basingstoke
Fr Chris Whelan and Fr. Gaston, at S Joseph's will be live streaming every Sunday at 10.00 am Via website and/or YouTube www.stjosephsbasingstoke.org.uk I believe this will continue to apply for the next 2 months at least, unless the situation improves earlier.
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