Rosemary Lethbridge

What does Christmas mean to you?

What does Christmas mean to you?

On this first Sunday of Advent, I would like to ask the question “What does Christmas mean to you?” The same question was asked of various shoppers. You can see their answers for yourself in this short video: This weekend is the start of advent when all around the world children eagerly open advent calendar windows […]

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Late summer holiday @ Chapel Porth

Late summer holiday @ Chapel Porth

Come and be part of our autumn camp in Cornwall and enjoy cultural events and local attractions.  The site overlooks the rolling heath and sea of North Cornwall’s rugged coastline, near the village of St Agnes. There is something organised for each day of our stay and there are also numerous other tourist attractions for […]

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praying4calmore launch

praying4calmore launch

The Watering Hole Church try to let Jesus be their role model and moral compass. One of the things Jesus suggests we do is to pray for each other, our work colleagues, our community and our political leaders. Throughout 2017 and 2018 the Watering Hole will be systematically praying for Calmore. Each month four streets […]

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April Guided Walk + Baked Potato Supper

April Guided Walk + Baked Potato Supper

April’s guided walk is on Saturday 8th April. We meet at the Calmore Community Centre car park at 2:30pm before driving to the starting point somewhere in the New Forest or surrounding countryside. The walk is suitable for families and is child friendly making it a great opportunity to get out together as a family. […]

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Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge

The latest Mel Gibson blockbuster movie is the moving and inspiratonal story of conscientious objector Desmond Doss who, because of his faith, refused to carry a weapon. Branded a coward he endured every attempt by fellow soldiers and his superior officers to drive him out of the US Army. Instead he became an army medic […]

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Pancake Party

Pancake Party

Shrove Tuesday is just around the corner and is the day when most english speaking countries traditionally eat pancakes. This used to be a way of using up ingredients such as sugar, fat and milk prior to the start of Lent; 40 days of fasting and abstinence. It was a time of fun and celebration. […]

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