Posts from June 2016

A word from Simon Blake

As summer weather comes and goes, we welcome our visitors from Texas, who will be arriving this Sunday, 12 June, and staying with us for a week. There are various activities to join in with them, detailed elsewhere in this newsletter – let’s all give them a warm welcome and enjoy their fellowship. It is […]

A Word from Ruth Honeywell

I’ve been learning the hard way not to ignore red warning lights in my car! Last week on my way home from Eaglescliffe, the battery symbol lit up – but only for 1 or 2 minutes and then it went off. The car was running fine – so I  decided it must have had a […]