What do they say about waiting around for a bus? When you wait a long time you will find that two come along at once.
September sees us saying goodbye to Rev. Prof. Tim Gorringe. Tim’s final service is at 10.30 am at Holcombe Burnell on 4th September.
August is the time for exam results. The reintroduction of exams for both A level and GCSE after the COVID pandemic means that the exams have returned after two years.
July is notable for two things this year. The most important is the end of the summer term and the beginning of the school holidays. Secondly, the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
There is a story of the pig and the hen having a conversation about how they are so important in the traditional British way of life. They each have a part to play in the Great British cooked breakfast.
As I write today we are in the fifth week of the invasion of Ukraine, by the time you read this article another month will have passed.
April is a time when we probably see the most amount of change, the days get longer, it is now British Summer Time and there is much more light in the evenings to go out and do activities after school or work.
These four short simple words can send shivers down your spine and drive you to distraction!
I was wondering why February only has twenty-eight days. It turns out that it is not quite as simple an answer as you may have hoped!
I wonder what you think of when you look forward to the year 2022. There are some key sporting events. The Football World Cup is in Qatar in November 2022. The Commonwealth Games are in Birmingham in July 2022.