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WORSHIP IN THE PARISH SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST, NEWTON Sunday

Tuesday and Friday

08-30

Holy Eucharist

11-00

Sunday School

11-00

Sung Eucharist

18-00

Evensong

10-30

Holy Eucharist

SAINT DAVID, NOTTAGE Sunday

Thursday

09-30

Junior Church

09-30

Sung Eucharist

17-00

Holy Eucharist

10-30

Holy Eucharist

ALL SAINTS, PORTHCAWL Sunday

Monday

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Holy Eucharist

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Junior Church

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Sung Eucharist

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Summer sunshine and smiles Phew! Aren’t we lucky with this wonderful weather. Yes, it may be a little warm, but it certainly puts a smile on people’s faces. And it makes the world of difference for all those summer fairs, carnivals and camps, let alone the weddings. Our fingers are tightly crossed that the weather holds for St John’s Summer Fayre - the sunshine certainly draws the crowds, locals and holiday-makers alike! Aren’t we lucky to have such a wonderful setting for these events. It’s been a time of celebrations across the Parish, with birthdays and anniversaries, weddings and blessings, flower festivals and concerts. Of course, we are all delighted to congratulate John Berry on his BEM - very well deserved, John. There have been a few sad farewells too and June Powell’s daughter gives us a poignant reminder of the reality of living with dementia. Once again, the magazine is packed with so many interesting snippets. Thank you to all our contributors - it is the variety of stories, updates and reports that is so appreciated by our readers. Thank you all and please “keep ‘em coming”! (if you need some help with the writing, just give me a call and I’ll help) That’s all now until the autumn, I look forward to your contributions for the September issue (to me by 23rd August please). Have a super, sizzling summer! Thank you, Helen Murdoch Please send magazine or website contributions to me at: parish@parishofporthcawl.org or call me on 01656 773645 or 07721 864493.

Keep up with Parish news: On the website: www.parishofporthcawl.org On Facebook: search for Parish of Newton, Nottage & Porthcawl Lots of photos and up-to-date news - come and have your say!

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40 years on….. 24th June 1978, the feast of the birth of St John the Baptist, was a beautiful sunny day. At Llandaff Cathedral 10 slightly nervous young men were being lined up: they were to be made deacon and the following day would begin their new, ordained life in the parishes to which they had been sent. I was one of them and a goodly crowd of friends from Oxford, Leeds and elsewhere had come together to join with my family as part of the celebration. We went back home for the do and then, since I had no car, my brother drove me to St Theodore’s, Port Talbot and my new life. The parish had been re-adjusted, one of the churches going to Margam, and so the parish had bought a’new’ house on the main road to replace the Curate’s house there and even furnished it. The house was one Benson & Hedges from the church (I smoked a lot in those days) and the first one was always the best at 07.20, on my way to morning prayer at 07.30. Those days I was several stone lighter, maintained by cycling everywhere on a Raleigh Shopper—a small bike with a big carrier on the back for the kit. Cycling in a cassock, I discovered, is something for the foolhardy. And I began to learn new things about how ministry works and how people work. That process of discovery, of course, still continues: still new things about ministry and new things about people practically every day, which is what makes what I am called to do such a privilege. I was fortunate in my parish priest, Fr Glyn Bowen who set an example of prayer and devotion and whose wife fed me breakfast every Friday morning. I was fortunate too, in those days, when curates were bountiful, to have colleagues in Port Talbot and Porthcawl to relax with and moan to (it wasn't always wonderful). Above all, I was fortunate in being sent to a place which had a strong sense of community and a strong sense of mission—that God had given us something to do for him in that part of the kingdom. Having that sense of mission and that sense of community and service to the community is what being a deacon and being a parish priest is all about. I am grateful, always, to the people of Port Talbot for the things they taught me which can’t be found in books. And I am grateful to you here in Newton Nottage, Porthcawl for continuing to teach me, 40 years on. Father Philip Porthcawl Parish Magazine

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Parish Diary Llandaff Pilgrimage to Walsingham 23rd - 26th July 2018 The cost is £275 for adults and £135 for 5—16 year olds (approximate costs at present). More details to follow, but please ring Linda Fletcher on 01656 772014 if you have any queries. All Saints Summer Fayre - Saturday 4th August Come and join the fun - bric-a-brac, cakes, books, White Elephant, tombola, raffle - all from 11am. Light lunches and refreshments available in the Hall.

Sea Sunday 8th July 2018 When the yacht Rival Star came to Porthcawl on 12 May 2018, Navigators of Faith, Howard Worsley and Andy Carnegie, presented the Mayor with a bible signed by all the crew together with a small St Bridgid cross. They invited her to arrange for the cross to be taken to York Minster for Good Friday 2019. The challenge is to link with other churches on the 266 mile route so it can be carried on foot in relays. The cross was commissioned for its journey on Sea Sunday, 8th July during the ‘Songs of Praise organised by Churches Together in Porthcawl. Porthcawl Parish Magazine

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Janet’s wishes came true Wishes came true for Dr Janet Skiffins, member of St John’s choir and long-serving and respected Sunday School teacher. Janet was unable to undertake the journey to Bournemouth in May to attend her niece’s wedding. She really wanted to see her lovely niece, Anne, in her wedding dress. So, a few weeks ago, Anne came to Porthcawl, complete with wedding dress, and special celebrations took place at Janet’s home to welcome the married couple. This meant that Janet was able to be part of the wedding. Special thanks to David Philpott for communion and to Beryl Cullen for the music. Also to friends and family who attended and even wore bridesmaids’ and wedding dresses (which we didn’t think we would get into !!!!). It was all worthwhile when we saw Janet’s smile, which said it all. Julie Warren

Parish Trips Carmarthen and Botanic Gardens We all enjoyed the day with its wonderful weather (almost too hot!!). We travelled in a very comfortable, air-conditioned, brand new coach. Thanks to some vouchers that I had, and others given by Peter Henry (who chose to spend the whole day in the Gardens), the entry charge to the Gardens was reduced to £5 per person. Included in the cost of £11 (trip only) was the “Lucky Dip” and Raffle. Our “birthday girl”, Merle Gregory, picked the “special dip, which entitled her to the raffle prize (a shawl beautifully knitted by Barbara Davies from wool left for church use by Pam Revell). After paying for the coach and giving a tip to our excellent driver, I was able to give the Parish a cheque for £173. Afternoon with Father Craig 20 of us are looking forward to spending the afternoon of 6th July in Llantwit Major. Jean Flower Porthcawl Parish Magazine

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Thank you from John Berry BEM Seeing your own name in the Queen’s birthday honours is quite something! I had known it was happening as I had been asked if I would accept it. If nothing else, I knew other people had put forward my name and I owed it to them to say yes – not that I had any hesitation. I was elated. I could not in any way have anticipated the reaction and response of others. The Rector put it on the Parish website; it then appeared in Porthcawl First and then other web sites and Facebook pages. In total, I’ve had almost three hundred responses - all congratulatory and many with personal reminiscent comments. It has been overwhelming. Then there have been the personal comments from people in town and in church – at least they’ve stopped bowing and curtsying! Thank you everybody for your great kindness and support. I am very happy to share this little token with you because my life has been with people and without you I would have done nothing. John Berry BEM

British Empire Medal The British Empire Medal is granted in recognition of meritorious civil or military service. Recipients are entitled to use the post-nominal letters "BEM". The honour is divided into civil and military medals. The ribbon of the British Empire Medal is rose-pink with pearl-grey edges, with the addition of a pearl-grey central stripe for the military division. Between 1993 and 2012, the British Empire Medal was not awarded to subjects of the United Kingdom, although it continued to be awarded in some Commonwealth realms during that time. The practice of awarding the British Empire Medal to subjects of the United Kingdom was resumed in June 2012, to coincide with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, although only in the civil division.

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Mum’s Groundhog Day Picture this. You wake up in a strange place. You don’t recognise the room, you don’t know where you are, or even what country you’re in. Gradually you see familiar objects: your dressing gown, photos of family, ornaments. You wonder how you got here. You try the door to the garden, it is locked. You go through the door to a corridor, and spot other doors that won’t open. You recognise some people, and ask for help. They smile, but look awkward. You ask again, and they say, ‘You are living with us now, June.’ They know your name! You feel a growing sense of unease. You want to get out, but they won’t help you. You wonder where your family is. I try to imagine what it must be like for my mother every morning when she wakes up at the care home. I guess it’s something like this. Dementia has robbed my mother of her sense of orientation and place. So, although she has been in the care home for 2½ years, she doesn’t recognise it. Pre-diagnosis Mum was already experiencing a loss of orientation, unable to venture out to new places on her own. She was petrified at the prospect of travelling by train, even when being dropped off and collected at each end. When I visit her, usually in the afternoon, I first listen carefully as she describes her anguish. She explains how she feels and why she is distressed. She often can’t quite find the right words, but short phrases reveal her lack of orientation and the resulting deep insecurity. Recently she told me, “The general view is that I am staying here…. I suppose I’m frightened, I’m frightened of being accepted to this group. I don’t know where I am, and I don’t know anybody. I’m just frightened. It’s something new … I feel I want to cry my eyes out … I’m sorry if it makes you feel horrible, it makes me feel horrible too. But that’s the only way I can have you to take me home. I don’t know how to get back from here to Bridgend or to….” After describing how she feels, Mum is usually able to relax into whatever I have planned or even just to spend time at the home and in the garden. The problem for Mum, is that when she’s in the living room in the care home, she thinks she’s in a public space. She describes the other people there as strangers, though she does recognise them. Porthcawl Parish Magazine

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She doesn’t realise she has a room there, even moments after leaving it. When we’re in her room for a while she doesn’t know what’s outside the door. Disorientating doesn’t begin to describe it. When family members are with her she feels safe, and then the horror starts again when we say we’re off. With a look of shock on her face, and tone of incredulity she often says, ‘Are you leaving me here?’ as if we’re leaving her in a public space. She asks where she’ll sleep, unaware she is sitting on her bed and that we are in her private room. She asks if I could just drop her home. She lives in Groundhog Day, every day having to reorient herself to her ‘new’ surroundings. My mother is aware that something is wrong with her brain. Given this, its understandable she doesn’t want to be left on her own to fend for herself. Recently she said, “I don’t feel I can operate as I used to. I’m nervous. I feel so frightened. I’m frightened all the time. Frightened about being on my own.” Staff try to reassure her about where she is, that she’s safe, and that one of her daughters is coming to visit. If they do this early and often enough they can divert the extreme distress and hopeless resignation that will otherwise follow. When Mum is engaged in relevant activities that are meaningful to her, she’s able to be in the moment with less time to ruminate and worry. Unfortunately, there aren’t enough activities at the care home that are relevant to her. Too often she feels alone amongst strangers. So finally, we are going to try something different. We had a Best Interests meeting to discuss other options for Mum. With an Independent Mental Capacity Advocate, social services, care professionals, my sister and husband, we agreed I will support Mum to live back at her home for a trial period. Living with her she won’t have to feel she’s being left in a public space, and hopefully she’ll feel more settled and comfortable. If the trial works, for both her and me, we’ll give up her room at the care home and continue to live together. This decision has been a long time coming. I’m relieved with the outcome, but naturally a bit worried about what it will mean…… Written by Julia, June Powell’s daughter Read more on Julia’s Blog at https://juliasdementiablog.wordpress.com/ Porthcawl Parish Magazine

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St Johns Church Summer Fayre July 7th on Newton Green 11am Bells : 11.30am Rock Choir : 12 noon Official Opening Our poster competition was a great success. We had over 100 entries from pupils in three different schools - Porthcawl Comprehensive, St Clare’s and West Park Primary. Thank you to everyone - the pupils for their fantastic designs, the teachers for their encouragement and John Murdoch for coordinating the competition. The winners were: 4 - 6 age group: Niamh Burke, age 5, from St Clare’s 7-10 age group: Max Morgan, age 10, from St Clare’s 11-15 age group: Maddie Curzon, age 11, from St Clare’s The overall winner was Max Morgan - his poster is below. All entries will be on display in the church on the day of the Fayre and the winners will be displayed on the Parish website. Andrew Singer

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News from All Saints June has been a delightful month with so much to celebrate. The month started with the celebration of the wedding of Emily Saunders, Roy’s granddaughter, to her husband, Nathan. How lovely to see Emily and her brother, Alex, both married in All Saints within the last 12 months. The Flower Festival once again added colour and fragrance to the church with its theme of the Year of the Sea. Well done to all the contributors. Lucy Pugh-Bevan graduated from University of Arts London, Wimbledon with a 2.1 BA (Hons) Theatre & Screen : Costume Interpretation degree and was awarded one of only two funded internships at Cosprop, one of world’s best-known costumiers to stage, film, TV and museums. We’d like to say Happy Birthday to Ffion and Catrin who celebrated their 21st birthdays this month.

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Sadly it wasn’t all celebration as we also said goodbye this month to two well-known and long-serving members of our church family, Betty Warwick and Barbara Boscott. Our thoughts are with their family and friends.

Special Celebration Friday 22 June was a very special day in our Parish. Fr. Jonathan Durley and David Williams celebrated their commitment to one another, witnessed by around 230 family and friends. The service was presided over by Bishop June, Fr. Philip and seven clergy, enriched by a combined choir of some 30 choristers from our Parish and Kenfig Hill, accompanied by David Lloyd, organist at St. Theodore’s. Bishop June celebrated the Mass; there were three stations to receive the Sacrament. The entire service was joyous, uplifting, very moving and full of love. How beautiful our Church looked, enhanced with floral attributes and bathed in evening sunshine. Immediately after the service, Pimm’s was served outside on a perfect summer evening; in the meantime the Church itself evolved into a tabled restaurant. The All Saints catering team not only prepared but transformed the Hall into a four-station servery, offering a variety of delicious curries, accompanied by all the appropriate embellishments, enjoyed by around 180 diners. The bar, located at the back of the Church amply kept up with demand!! After a few words from David and Jonathan, the magnificent Blessing cake, made by Ann Burtonwood, was cut; this together with Maria’s famous cup-cakes, rounded off this wonderful feast. Live music, provided by friends, together with dancing under the Chancel steps, carried on until midnight. We are so proud to have been able to use All Saints for this unforgettable event, and as always, our wonderful Church rose to the occasion. Helen Owen

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200 Club News Our first draw of 2018/2019 took place on 30 June during a very pleasant get-together in All Saints Hall - a hall transformed by Janice Parkinson and Linda Fletcher. Supporters were greeted with a fruit drink (some slightly alcoholic), and were later served with tea, coffee, scone, cream and jam and a variety of small cakes. In the absence of the Rector our People’s Warden, Ruth Birch, drew the following numbers: £100 – (58) John Berry £50 – (89) Maureen Crew £75 - (233) Anne Harding £25 – (7) Jean Schofield The raffle and tombola stall helped to raise £162 for the afternoon. Thanks to all supporters, Church representatives and our Treasurer, Kevin Boscott. As a result of their work last year, the Parish profited by £1935. Jean Flower

Far Away Friends Last summer, Tiffany and Ben, sister and brother, came from the USA to walk the Wales Coastal Path. They reached Newton on a Friday morning and wanted to visit the church. They joined us for the service and coffee. (We were intrigued by the solar panels on their knapsacks to power their phones.) I intended sending them photos of the church (much delayed!) and was finally reminded to send when we had a Canadian visitor, who also stayed for the service and coffee. Here is Tiffany’s reply: “What a wonderful surprise to hear from you, thank you for the lovely pictures. We visited many churches during our time in Wales, but remember the Newton Nottage Parish the most and love to recount your wonderful hospitality to us. This summer we’re both busy working and Ben has Bible College in the Fall. I have plans to hopefully return to Wales next summer. I can’t wait to come back and explore some more.” Jean Flower Porthcawl Parish Magazine

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News from St David’s We were blessed with fine sunny weather for our Summer Fayre on 9th June. The stalls were set up in the car park and the delicious smell of hot dogs and fried onions attracted a steady flow of people. Many enjoyed a chance for a chat and light refreshments including home-made cakes in the hall. We were able to cool down with strawberries and ice cream. With donations and sales on Sunday we raised £1485 for Parish funds. Many thanks go to Ian Blake for organising the event, all the stall holders and other helpers and also to all who came and spent their money. Thank you also to all who came to my garden party in Greyholme. The weather again was sunny and we raised £385 for Crossroads Care Bridgend County. The other major event of the month was the Celebration of the partnership of Father Jonathon and David Williams which took place in All Saints on June 22nd. This was a wonderful service led by Bishop June. The address was given by Father John Connell and several other clergy including Father Philip took part. The congregation filled the church and was from various parishes that Father Jonathan had served in. There was also a combined choir from St Theodore’s, Kenfig Hill and our Parish. Following the service Pimms was served in the grounds followed by a magnificent meal of curry prepared by Maggie and her helpers with tables set out in the side aisle of the church. We wish them both well for the future. Pat Parry

St David’s Ladies Guild 19 July - Summer Strawberry Tea at 7.30pm at St David’s Church Hall, Nottage. This is the last meeting this season. There is no meeting in August. 20 September - we restart with our AGM and buffet.

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News from St John’s It appears to have been a quiet month at St John’s. At the time of writing, we are rapidly approaching our annual Summer Fayre. Like most people from St John’s, I am looking into cupboards etc to see if there is anything suitable to be donated to some of the stalls as well as cooking cakes. Last year was a very successful year financially as well as being a very enjoyable day for everyone. It was helped by good weather and let us hope and pray that the current good weather will hold until at least the day of the Fayre. Elsewhere over the last month, we welcomed a party from Texas, who are studying for the ministry, to our Friday morning coffee. They were associates of Ryan, also from the USA, who has recently started to attend our services. We were very sad to hear of the passing of John Phillips. John, who was originally from Baglan, was for many years a Maths teacher at Porthcawl Comprehensive School, and as such many of you will know him. Our sincere and deepest sympathy go to Sandra and their family, and we will miss him on Fridays when he came with Sandra and his Carer. Finally our condolences to Kevin on the sad loss of his mother Barbara. Though they attended All Saint’s, Kevin also brought his mother to St John’s on a Friday until she entered the care home. We still see Kevin every Friday and our thoughts and prayers go to him at this sad time. Diane Jackson

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Quick Crossword

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1 London football team (4,3) 5 Expenses (5) 8 Fairytale monster (5) 9 Baffled (7) 10 Blot on the landscape (7) 11 West Yorkshire city (5) 12 Decorous (6) 14 Cold-shoulder (6) 18 Hebrew prophet & lawgiver (5) 20 Temporary expedient (7)

1 See (7) 2 Push roughly (5) 3 Lend a hand (4,3) 4 Assemble (6) 5 Heartless (5) 6 Overall chief (7) 7 Teams (5) 13 File (7) 15 Farewell (7) 16 Deprived of shelter or protection (7) 17 Enquiring (6) 18 Tungsten, for example (5) 19 Chide (5) 21 Merchandise (5)

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Libyan capital (7) Floating markers (5) Enticed (5) Surmised (7)

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Invisible Labels I received the following email from a friend and found it quite inspiring - let me share it with you. Be patient and kind to others Let us respect the invisible labels !!!! I was on the road, and driving in a hurry to meet an appointment. A car ahead was moving like a tortoise and not giving way, in spite of my continuous honking! I was on brink of losing my cool when I noticed the small sticker on the car’s rear window! “ Physically challenged ; Please be patient.” ...and that changed everything!! I immediately became calm and slowed down. In fact, I got a little protective of the car ahead and its driver! I reached work a few minutes late, but it was OK! And THEN IT STRUCK ME! Would I have been patient if there had been no sticker? Why do we need stickers to remember to be patient with people? Would we be more patient and kind with others if people had labels pasted on their foreheads? Labels like:“Lost my job” “Fighting cancer” “Going through a bad divorce” “Suffering Emotional abuse “ ”Lost a loved one” “Feeling worthless” “Financial issues" and more like these !!!! EVERYONE is fighting a battle that we know nothing about! The least we can do is be patient & kind. Let us respect the invisible labels. Doris Sadeghi

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Mothers’ Union News We had our 'annual' tea party on Tuesday 5 June. This year's event was to celebrate the founder of the MU, Mary Sumner. Fr Philip gave a short service, including a wonderful address on the life of Mary Sumner and we then went into the hall for afternoon tea. It was a sumptuous feast which included all manner of food prepared by our Committee and MU members. I only returned from holiday on Monday evening but, in my and our Branch Leader's absence, our Committee/members really did us proud. Thanks to everyone who helped to make the afternoon a success. And a very big 'thank you' to Maria for making such a beautiful iced fruit cake! We would also like to send congratulations to Joan Daniels and her husband who recently celebrated 65 years of marriage. Dates for your diary: July 6th - Jean Flower has arranged a trip to St Illtuds, Llantwit Major (where Fr Craig is). There will be a short service at 2pm followed by tea etc at 2.30pm. CHANGE OF DATE - Instead of having a stall at the Porthcawl Festival on the 21 July, we are now having one at All Saints Summer Fair on the 4 August. This month we have sadly lost 2 of our long serving members – Betty Warwick and Barbara Boscott. Betty was a loyal, hardworking committee member. She held the post of Secretary for many years and also made herself responsible for all the literature, which she fetched from Bridgend, and made sure that each member received their copies. She was also a useful worker on our catering committee, helping pick strawberries from a local producer for cream teas. Her Welsh and fruit cakes were always popular and a sell-out! What a loyal and faithful friend she was to us all, always had a smile, giving of herself willingly. Barbara, originally from Birmingham, married and came to Porthcawl approximately 25 years ago. She was always ready to help prepare tables etc for coffee mornings and supported all events. Sue Coughlin Porthcawl Parish Magazine

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ALL ODD JOBS UNDERTAKEN

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Pause for Thought

Say a little prayer Prayer helps you to relax because it makes you stop, slow down, and think.

It triggers what scientists call a “relaxation response” in the body, calming the mind, lowering the heart rate and easing muscle tension.

Studies show that people who pray regularly suffer less depression, cope better with addictions and have healthier immune systems than those who don’t.

A little reminder found in a magazine by Barbara Birch.

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The Parish of Newton Nottage, Porthcawl The Rector

Parish Office

Fr Philip Masson 64 Victoria Ave Tel 786899

Tel 786899

Rector’s Warden

People’s Warden

PCC Secretary

Parish Treasurer

Mr Roger Slennett

Ms Ruth Birch

Mrs Kay Foyle

Dr Paul Smart

42, Carlton Place

45 Bryneglwys Gdns

Tel 784840

Tel 783728

Tel: 786899

Tel 788086

Gift Aid Secretary

Magazine Editor

Magazine Manager

Child Protection

Dr David Parry MBE TheMrs HelenChurch Murdoch Lorraine Llewellyn Parish of SaintMrs John The Baptist, NewtonMrs Elaine Lloyd Greyholme, Sub-WardenWest Rd

7 Birch Walk 33 Lewis Place Sub-Warden / Sacristan Organist

Tel 784211 Miss Denver Whale

Tel 773645 Mr David Philpot MBETel 788141 Mrs Beryl Cullen

Choirmistress Tel 785137 Mrs Beryl Pillinger

65 West Road

2 Lime Tree Way

17 Rowan Drive

35a Danygraig Ave

Tel 782573

Tel 786852

Tel 772467

Tel 785095

Gift Aid Secretary

Bell Ringing Sec

Sunday School

Hall bookings:

Mrs Lorraine Llewellyn

Ms Ruth Birch

Dr Janet Skiffins

Mr Gareth Lewis

33 Lewis Place

28 West End Ave

Tel 788141 Sub-Warden

Tel 783728 Sub-Warden

Tel 782667 Organists

Tel 07552733857

Mr Phillip Angell

Mrs Helen Owen

Mr Laurence Hunt

Newton Nottage Rd

11 De Breos Drive

Mr Isaak Cronje

Tel 710948

Tel 785763

Tel 786899

Gift Aid Secretary

Senior Server

Junior Church

Hall bookings:

Mrs Jean Flower

Mr Philip Angell

Mrs Rachel Johns

Mr Martin Thomas

Newton Nottage Rd

66 Victoria Avenue

Tel: 784864 Sub-Warden

Tel 710948 Sub-Warden

Tel 785185 Sacristan

Tel 772730 Organist

Mr Clive Edwards

Mrs Catherine Powell

Mrs Gillian Davis

Dr Pat Parry

38 Sandpiper Road

98 West Park Drive

10 Bredenbury Gdns

Greyholme, West Road

Tel 784698

Tel 773979

Tel 786979

Tel 784211

Gift Aid Secretary

Junior Church

Hall bookings:

Mr Clive Edwards

Mrs Catherine Powell

Mr Clive Edwards

38 Sandpiper Road

98 West Park Drive

38 Sandpiper Rd

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