Village Diary July 2 Footpaths
village hall car park – 2.30pm
then Planning Committee – Hall - 7.30pm
Ken Usher from CROP – Hall – 2pm
of Wateringbury Church AGM - Church – 7.30
Society Coach Outing –
23/24 Garden Open Boorman
Mews - 11-5 - £3.50pp
August 6 Footpaths
village hall car park – 2.30pm 14/15/16 Big
Top Holiday Club – School - 10am-12pm 27/28 Garden Open Boorman
Mews - 11-5 - £3.50pp Please note no Parish Council meeting in
September 3 Footpaths
2.30pm 5Parish Council then Planning Committee
– Hall - 7.30pm 9 Heritage Day Blue
Plaque Walk - 10.30am
9 Heritage Day Blue
Plaque Displays, Ploughman’s and Teas – Church Noon to 4pm
Garden Party – Manor
Farm Old Road – pm
EVERY THURSDAY IN AUGUST
home-made cakes & scones
AT THE CHURCH - 2-4PM
Please let us have your news and tributes by 17 August for our September issue. Entries are free
Congratulations to Colonel William Pemble Owen English who was appointed to the Military Division of the Most Excellent Order
of the British Empire as Commander (CBE) in the Queen’s 2017 Birthday
Wedding Congratulations toJan (formerly Hasbury) and John Chamberlain who married in Perth, Australia in
January. John and Jan are having their
marriage blessed in our village church
on Thursday 20 July at 4.30pm. They invite all village friends to this
celebration of their marriage.
congratulations to Rev Jim and Jean Brown who
celebrate 40 years of marriage on 2 July.
to Peter Cayzer who celebrates a milestone birthday on 19 July.
congratulations to: Brian and Alison
Tibbals on the arrival in Pembury Hospital of Ilah
Joan Howes who weighed in at 7lb 4oz on 12 May and to big sister
Jasmine and parents Katie and Simon.
John and Celia
Pocock on the
birth on 27 April at Pembury Hospital of Piper
Eloise, a second daughter for Greg and Liz and a sister for Harriet.
Thank you to all who supported Rostrum’s
White Elephant stall at the village
fete. We raised £200 which was donated
equally to the School’s atrium appeal and the Church Tower
JUNE PARISH COUNCIL
had carried out an inspection of the site in Old Road. There were now 3 vacant plots. Any residents who wish to rent a plot and grow
their own produce should contact the Parish Clerk.
Crime Report – During March
there were 2 crimes in the village 1 criminal damage and 1 anti social
behaviour. In May sometime between 8 and
12 May the school fence was damaged.
Village Fete Mike Witts reported on the fete. Councillors thanked him and the committee for
their excellent planning and hard work which meant that the afternoon was a
happy, friendly occasion. Councillor
Talbert reported that the Railway Partnership were delighted with the responses
from visitors to its stall.
Speed Watch organiser
Charles Stroud reported to the council that in May 458 instances of vehicles
speeding in the village had been observed.
He gave details of the new computer system for reporting speeding
vehicles which the police have introduced.
Charles also announced that he was standing down from his post of
co-ordinator with immediate effect. At the public forum he was thanked for all
his hard work over the years and given a round of applause.
Joint Flood Group Five homes in the village have been
identified and notified that they are at high risk of flooding; a free survey
and advice is available to these households.
KCC Councillor Mathew Balfour
reported on matters of local interest, mainly traffic and speed related.
T & M Borough Councillor Simon Jessel reported
that Councillor Roger Dalton had been installed as this year’s mayor. A meeting will be organised for Parish
Councillors to meet with T & M Environmental Protection Officer Chris Luche
to discuss the high levels of pollution at the traffic lights. Parish Councillors are looking for companies
to undertake a comprehensive traffic
survey in the parish.
CCTV at village hall and car park –
detailed discussions took place regarding options available for meeting the
maintenance costs of the system.
Trees at Cross Roads councillors agreed to accept an estimate from
Wildwood Trees for pruning work.
Planning councillors had
no objections to these applications:
Two storey side extension at Little
Aces, 31 Teston Road
Expansion of shop floor at Post
First floor side extension and conversion
of garage into habitable room at 1 Red House Gardens
Public Discussion included
concerns raised by a resident about the speed and behaviour of drivers on
Wateringbury Road near to the boundary with East Malling parish. Plans for the refurbishment by KCC of the
Pelican Court care facility.
The next meetings of the
parish council, to which residents are welcome, will be on Tuesdays 4 July and 5 September at 7.30pm in the village hall
Non members are very welcome to join the History
Society Coach Outing to Watts Gallery
and Artists’ village and Loseley Park Manor House near Guildford on Wednesday 19 July. The coach leaves Wateringbury Hotel at
9.15am, the trip includes entries to both venues, guided tour of Loseley Manor
and afternoon tea. £40 per person. To book a
seat or for more details please phone 01622 812148
THE VILLAGE FETE - 4 JUNE 2017
Thank you to everyone who contributed in so many ways to make our fete
such a splendid village occasion. We are
grateful to the Parish Council who have given financial support over the last
few years. However due to financial
constraints they are unable to make such a contribution in future years. It was therefore imperative over the last 2
years to build up a surplus of funds to enable the set-up costs for 2018 to be
met from Fete Committee funds. We are
therefore deeply indebted to our sponsors for their help.
We had a record 36 stalls this year representing many local
organisations and small businesses. All
reported doing a brisk trade. To give a
few examples - 185 jars of jam and
chutney were sold by Sheena and Gordon, Rostrum’s White Elephant stall raised
£200 for the school and church building appeals, The WI members sold out of
their delicious home-made cakes and raised £91, WATCH youth club’s toy stall
made £100 and Knitters and Crafters funds were boosted by £75. Vicki of Tidy Tailz Dog Grooming enjoyed
meeting dog owners and giving hints and
tips as well as selling her handmade dog collars, leads and snacks.
The Scouts did brisk business as did the
Cricket Club’s burgers stall and of
course Ellinor’s Ices, The Friends of Wateringbury Church Pimms Tent (which
raised £300), Redhill Farm Winery and The North Pole Beer Tent all did a brisk
The Not Too
Serious Dog Show had a record 41 entries (16 more than last year). Many thanks to our young judges who chose: Cutest
Dog: Winner Phil with Bella, runner up Maria
with Pepper Waggiest
Tail: Winner Isobel with Buster, runner up
Paula with George. Best
Trick: Winner Sarah with Pip, runner up Wendy
with Ted. Puppy
Obedience: Winner Edward with Guinness, runner up Damien
Winner Gemma with Oakley, runner up Kevin with Chester.
Thanks to all competitors and
to the Sponsors Pets Love Us from Medway Wharf Marine, Wateringbury.
The Raffle, thanks to so many generous sponsors, sold over 1000 tickets.
Kings Hill Rock Choir and Les Blackburn’s musical entertainment were
very popular; we hope they will come again in 2018.
The success of the day was due in no small part to careful planning led
by Mike Witts and to Harry Vidler and many others for their tireless help on
Our annual village fete has been nicknamed ‘the friendly fete’ by many
of our stall-holders and visitors – the fete committee hope you agree and look
forward to seeing you on Sunday 3 June
Wateringbury Village Fete Committee
WATERINGBURY SPORTS AND RECREATION ASSOCIATIONRegistered Charity 281212
The Sports Pavilion is 25 years old on 12 July and since its opening has
been used by thousands of children and adults
A campaign was started on 19 December 1989 by the
Wateringbury Fields Association, to replace the appalling dilapidated
portakabins with a purpose built sports pavilion at a cost of £28,500. Grants
of £6,000 were obtained from Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council and the
Sports Council, together with a loan of £6,000 from the Sports Council. Numerous fund raising activities were carried
out over the next two years, and the new Sports Pavilion, built by John Childs &
Associates, was officially opened on Sunday 12 July 1992.
The Fields Association still faced the onerous task
of repaying the £6,000 loan to the Sports Council, plus raising support to
provide an electricity supply, durable multi-purpose flooring, showers and hot
water. With the support of Seeboard and
an anonymous benefactor, the electricity supply was connected during March 1995
at a cost of £2,500. Supported by Marley
and the Parish Council the durable heavy duty flooring was completed in September
1995 at a cost of £1,000. With a grant
from Maidstone Lions Club the showers and hot water were installed in June 1996
at a cost of £2,000.
The final repayment
of the loan to the Sports Council was made on 15 May 1997.
The terrorist attack on London Bridge on 7 June
shocked and saddened us all.
Wateringbury has strong links with London Bridge. The first stone on the City side of the then
new London Bridge (now in the USA) was laid by the Right Hon Matthias Prime
Lucas, Lord Mayor of London on the 12th March 1828.
Lucas lived for many years in Wateringbury Place. The old London Bridge was designed by John
Rennie a famous civil engineer who was responsible for many major national
projects (including Waterloo and Southwark Bridges) of the period. Nearby to Wateringbury, John Rennie also
constructed Tutsham Oil Mill for Charles Middleton, First Baron Barham of
Barham Court, Teston. his son Capt George Lucas Rennie RA went on to marry
Caroline Lucas, Matthias' daughter.
FOOTBALL CLUB Calling parents of all Year 1s and 2s who will be moving into Year 2 and 3 next year.
may be aware that Wateringbury Football club started a Youth Academy in 2016
for Years 2 to 3 and has been overwhelmed by its success. So much so we are now starting a Year 4 team
from the current Year 3s for next season in a local league.
already had enquires from Year 1 and 2 parents about next year and as such this
is an open invitation for your
children to join us on Saturday mornings on the Wateringbury Village playing
field from 10am to 11.30am for our fun and informal training sessions.
are welcome to come along until 15 July as a free taster or if you prefer the new term begins on Saturday
9 September. Annual fees are £60 which is great value and from next
season your child will receive a Nike club hoodie and training top as part of
an ex Governor of Wateringbury School it’s been wonderful to watch pupils I’m
familiar with develop in terms of their skills and confidence, so why not pay a
visit. We are all very proud of what
we’ve achieved with the club certainly going from strength to strength.
philosophy is to not plunge our children into competitive football too early
and as such we passionately believe this has paid dividends in developing early
skills and is undoubtedly keenly supported by parents
Hope to see you
and please drop me a line if you are interested
Karl Smith, Academy Coach
Next Walks: 2 July and 6 August meet at the village hall at 2:30pm for local walks.
The June walk, held on the 11th because
of the village fete, was well attended, we were blessed with a sunny day.
I changed the Livesey Street walk due to very muddy conditions on
the lane from the North Pole. So instead
we did a river walk along the south bank through Waregrave’s Wood and Tutsham
Farm then returned along the north bank from Teston. This is an excellent easy 3½ mile walk at any
time of the year.
You are invited
to Kent Police FREE Open Day on Sunday 2 July 2017,
10am-4pm at Kent Police College, Coverdale Avenue ME15 9DW for a fun
day for all ages.
Watch our live police dogs, public
order and roads policing displays. See
how we work with other emergency services at the scene of a crash.
· Check out the latest job opportunities
to see if a career in policing is for you. Meet
the National Police Air Service team and take a look inside their
what it takes to be fit for the job or take emergency calls for our Force
Control Room. Collect
evidence at our crime scene, sit in a custody cell, have your fingerprints
taken and much more!
WATERINGBURY WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
booked for 13 July is Ken Usher, from ‘CROP’ (Citizen’s Rights for Older
People), who will be telling us how Crop can possibly help us with problems or
issues that we may be experiencing.
Ken’s talk will be followed by a Beetle Drive, and the monthly competition
is an “Insect Brooch”.
Due to the recently
held elections and the village hall being used as a polling station we moved
our meeting to 15 June, unfortunately the booked speaker was not available on
that date so we held a ‘Games Afternoon’ instead. Following the normal WI business, led by our
new President Joan Wilson, we started the games with a session of “Hoy Bingo”,
then settled down to play the various board games provided by the
committee. The afternoon ended with our
usual tea and cakes and the calling of the raffle, everyone agreed that the
change to the programme had produced a very enjoyable afternoon.
For enquiries please contact Janet, on 01622 817833
WATERINGBURY CE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Our Summer Fete on 24
June marked the start of the final countdown to the summer holidays! Thank you to the Friends of Wateringbury
Primary School (FOWPS) for all the effort they put into organising this
splendid event as well as all the other fundraising occasions over this
The community turns out
in great numbers for our fete which is a real credit to FOWPS and for which we
are very grateful.
important support to our school in so many different ways. We would be much the poorer without the
parents, grandparents and community members who give so gladly of their time.
Our annual Volunteers’ Tea Party on 6 July is
our opportunity to honour them and thank them.
The entire school will
be travelling to Maidstone on 14 July to hear a classical concert performed by
Kidenza. This year’s theme is ‘Around
Live music opens up new
worlds for our children and forms an important part of our school experience.
Year 6s are putting the finishing touches to their Leavers’ Production on 13
July which is always followed by Prize Giving. The Leavers’ Service at St John’s on the
19 July at 9am is an opportunity for all of us to say goodbye and good luck to
our Year 6s - and their families - as they prepare to explore new horizons at
last day of term will be 20 July. I would like to take this opportunity to thank
our local community for supporting our school throughout the year and to wish
you all a peaceful and relaxing summer.
Chasey Crawford Usher
BABY AND TODDLER GROUP
This term has seen some new people joining us. We still continue with our craft and singing
sessions, which are enjoyed by the children and the adults. June was our Teddy
Bears Picnic when the children made teddy bear hats followed by a bear
hunt. In July we are having an end of term "fayre" with
games, craft and cake icing. If you
would like to join us it is on Wednesday
19 July at 10am. This will be our
last meeting until 6 September. So why
not come along and join us. We meet
every Wednesday and Friday 10am to 12 noon at Wateringbury Village Hall, the
cost is £2 for the first child and £1 for any others, this includes tea/coffee
for the adults and snacks for the children. For further information please
contact Linda on 01732 522 437
WAR NEWS, JULY/AUGUST 1917
July 17 The Royal family changes its name from
Saxe-Coburg to Windsor.
July 31: 3rd Ypres campaign
(Passchendale) starts on Western Front.
August 16 Second major assault - 3rd Ypres campaign
The village suffered three war deaths in
July/August, 1917: James Wells, Robert Ralph and Lewis Smith. James came from
Canon Lane, Robert from near the North Pole and Lewis from Bow Road. They all came from large families: both
James’s and Robert’s mothers had 11 children and Lewis’s mother a mere 8.
James and Robert had followed the same
occupations as their fathers, James as “an ordinary agricultural labourer”
(before he entered the army as a professional soldier) and Robert working in a
brewery. Lewis’s father was a coachman,
but Lewis became a domestic gardener - Wateringbury in the 1911 census had a
rather large number of gardeners. All
three had attended Wateringbury School.
James features in the school log as being punished for cheating and, on another
occasion, bad language. Robert won a
K.E.C. medal with which he was presented at the Empire Day celebrations of
1906. Robert was aged 24, James 29 and Lewis 31 when they died. All were unmarried.
enlisted before the war and was a professional soldier. We do not know when Robert or Lewis enlisted. They were either volunteers or
conscripts. Both Robert and Lewis had
advanced in rank to lance-corporal by the time they died, but James was still a
private after at least 6 years’ service. James was in the 2nd Battalion
Royal West Kent regiment, which had been located in Iraq since early 1915. Britain captured Baghdad in March 1917. James’ battalion were not involved in its
capture but were moved in June to Baghdad from Nasiriyah some 225 miles away. He died of heat stroke in July 1917 and is
buried in the North Gate War Cemetery, Baghdad.
and Lewis were both killed on the Western Front in Belgium in what is known as
the 3rd Ypres campaign, which ended with the capture, in November
1917, of the village of Passchendale.
Both were in northern regiments - Robert in the King’s Own Yorkshire
Light Infantry and Lewis in the Northumberland Fusiliers. Robert died in mid-July during the
bombardment preceding the initial main assault of the campaign on 31st
July. Lewis died mid-August on the day
of the second major assault.
On the home front, tragedy struck in
Vicarage Cottages (on the Tonbridge Road near the White House) when the infant
son of William Cowlard, who had been killed on the Somme a year earlier, died
in a fire at home. His mother was out at work at the Leney brewery and the
child had been left in the care of his grandmother.
Owen English of Manor Farm was appointed as
a farmer’s representative on a government committee in Maidstone to consider
the implications of demobilisation at the end of the war. Although the U.S. was now in the war this
seems rather premature planning.
war did not affect all aspects of village life.
Much discussion took place within the church community about whether the
choir should sit in the chancel or not.
The vicar decided they should definitely not sit there. The choir enjoyed a “treat” in July, a day’s
outing by train to Folkestone. The
journey time from Wateringbury to Folkestone and the return were similar to
today’s times, despite the railway during WW1 giving priority to military
air raids and food continued as the major preoccupations for most in the
village. Daylight air raids by German Gotha heavy bombers were regularly
taking place not just on London, but randomly elsewhere as well, due to poor
navigation. Wateringbury was not bombed in WW1, but the
girls’ school log records in July air raid drills being practised and the
infants’ school log, the same month, records admitting two boys from London,
who had come to the country to escape air raids.
half of Britain’s sugar had, before the war, been imported from Europe. In 1917 it was only subject to voluntary
limitations, but in January 1918 became the first food item to be officially
rationed. A special allocation of sugar
was given to people who made jam from home-grown fruit, an important concession
in a fruit growing area like Wateringbury.
Wateringbury secured a village allocation of 18cwt. which was
distributed in July to 120 applicants from the village, in quantities from 5 to
30 lb. each, strictly for jam making. Terry Bird
Teston Sewing Bee, Teston Village Hall 9-1pm, 8 July,
12 August Take along your sewing machine and be
guided in using it. There is room for 10 sewing machines. Refreshments provided. Meet like-minded people in a fun
atmosphere. minimal charge towards the hire of the hall.
from Valerie Sharp - 01622 812948
Teston and Wateringbury pre-School
t’s near the end of our school year and we are all very
sad to have to say goodbye to our 20 children who leave us to go to big
school. It has been lovely meeting
teachers from the 7 different schools we are feeding into this year. It’s always a sad occasion when we say
goodbye to the children and their families.
We care and nurture these children for the time they are with us and it
is always an emotional time for the staff but we wish them all the very best
for their future education.
Again to help with the transitioning
into school we have some P.E. sessions arranged for this term. It helps the school leavers become more
independent by changing in and out of their P.E kits.
Our annual sports day will be on the Teston Village Green on Friday 14 July. All parents/carers and families welcome but
beware there is always a mums’ race followed by a dads’ race, which seems to
get more competitive each year! After
the races there will be a picnic, raffle and of course our popular ice cream
man will be paying us a visit.
As we are near the end of our school
year we must offer our thanks to the village hall committee for all their
support this year, the hall and the well kept outside area is amazing and the
children love playing in the garden.
We would also like to thank Teston
Farm shop, who support us throughout the year by supplying the very best
locally produced fresh fruit for our children’s snack time.
We wish you all a lovely summer
holiday and look forward to our intake of 17 new little ones come September. Tina Driver (07805 796353)
The Friends of Wateringbury Church (Charity No 1151983)
The Friends of Wateringbury Church’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held
on Monday 17 July 2017 at St John the Baptist Church,
Wateringbury at 7.30pm. Members and public are all welcome.
The AGM will look to approve the Financial Statements
for the period to 31 March 2017 and, if considered fit, approveand elect/re-elect trustees to the
Board. If you are interested in becoming
a trustee, please submit your name to the Secretary with a proposer and
seconder by Monday midnight 10 July 2017.
At the AGM, only members of FOWC will be eligible to vote, so please
bring along your membership card/identification.
As the AGM is the FOWC’s formal annual public meeting,
members are encouraged to submit written questions in advance by Monday
midnight 10 July 2017. However,
questions will be taken on the night.
English – Secretary - 01622 812471
Roll Up, Roll Up, for “The
Big Top” Benefice Holiday Club
Summer, come and travel back in time, when our Time Machine returns for a
Circus Themed Holiday Club.Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday14, 15 and 16 August. 10am-12pm atWateringbury Primary School.
will be playing lots of outdoor games and sports, make many different crafts
each day, have singing, dancing, face painting,
refreshments and more...
Holiday Club is open to all primary school aged children.
children are most welcome if a parent or carer stays and joins in the fun too!
days will be led by experienced ‘children and youth workers’ from different
local Churches. Last year we had a number of secondary school children who made
the most fantastic Young Leaders; we would love that help again if any young
people are interested.
is no charge for this event and
children are welcome to do all 3 days or the odd day(s).
It would just be lovely to see lots of
children ready for some summer fun.
more information or to book a place(s) please contact
Glasscote on 07950 852899/ e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
PRIESTLY PONDERINGS Rev Nick Williams
Vicarage, 2 The Grange, East Malling email@example.com
and Sisters in Christ
In the last issue I wrote about the initiative of the
Archbishops of Canterbury and York called ‘Your Kingdom come’. You may recall
it was about prayer for the whole of our country. All three of the Churches in
the benefice together with all of the Churches in the Malling Deanery took part
with many prayer events being held throughout the 10 days between Ascension Day
and the Day of Pentecost.
Whilst all three Churches regularly pray for the
communities in which we live as part of their normal Sunday and weekday
observances, groups of Christians in the three parishes that make up the
benefice of East Malling, Wateringbury and Teston have decided to continue some
of the prayer events that started during the Archbishops’ initiative. So we will be continuing our programme of prayer
walking in all three parishes. You will continue to see small groups of people
walking our streets and stopping to regularly pray for God’s blessing on the people
that live and work there; we are also being joined by our brothers and sisters
from other denominations.
Prayer for our
streets is also continuing in all three parishes and if you would like to join
in praying for the street in which you live then please get in touch and join
in with what’s going on.
Many of us need prayer at different times in our lives
and whilst it may not normally be ‘our thing’ it is often comforting to know
that others, even if you don’t personally know those people, are praying for
you and with you. If you feel that you are at a point in your life where the
prayers of the church would perhaps help you then please feel free to call into
Church or drop an email or letter to the parish office and we will do our very
best to include you in our prayers.
COFFEE, CHAT AND CRAFT –
Alternate Wednesdays - 10.30-12.30 12 and 26 July, 9 and 23 August
We usually meet in the church for coffee, cake, chat
and optional crafts but in the summer we sometimes vary our venue so please
phone Pauline on 01622 814673 to check our
AID WEEK - THANK YOU
The Christian Aid week
monies have now been counted and sent off, and I am very pleased to report that
a total of £912 was raised,
including both the house-to-house collections and the proceeds from a cake sale
after the Rogation Day service. Grateful thanks again to all those who donated
and collected, and a special thank you to Benny at The Handy Stores who acted
as a local collection point this year. See you all again next year!
SUNDAY CREAM TEASEvery
Summer Sunday between 3-5pm Afternoon Teas will be
served in East Malling Church.
COOL (For young people
at Primary School)
Over the summer months the
young people will meet on
2 July at Teston
Country park at 10am for games followed by a bring your own picnic.
23 July, 6 August and 27 August at 10am in the church
DIVISION (For those at Secondary School)
We will meet in the church
vestry at 10am on Sunday 9 July and
are on holiday in August.
BENEFICE SERVICES IN JULY AND AUGUST www.wateringburychurch.org.uk First Sunday in month 8.30am PB Holy Communion - East
9.45am Family Service – East
9.45am Family Service – Teston
10amHoly Communion – Wateringbury
Second Sunday in month 9.45am Holy Communion– East
- Matins – Wateringbury 10am August - Morning Praise -Wateringbury 6.30pm Evensong - Teston
Third Sunday in month 8.30am PB Communion –
Wateringbury 9.45am Holy Communion – East
10 am Family .Service
– Wateringbury 6.30pm Holy Communion - Teston
Fourth Sunday in
month 8.30am PB Holy Communion – East Malling
9.45am Morning Praise – East
10am Holy Communion –
Wateringbury 6.30pm Holy Communion - Teston
SUNDAY 30 JULY -
10am - Benefice Service in Teston Church. As this is
the 5th Sunday in the month, to allow all congregations to worship
together, it will be the only service in the Benefic
Every Thursday - 9am in East Malling Church – Holy Communion
Pilsdon Community, 27 Water Lane, West Malling – Rev Viv Ashworth invites you to the Barn Chapel to
join members of the community for a
Communion Service every Wednesday at noon and 6pm on Sundays
For Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals and other arrangements please
Vicar Rev Nick Williams on 01732 843282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For all other enquiries, please contact the Administrator on
01622 815218 or
BELLRINGING AT ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, WATERINGBURY Some of you may have noticed the bells ringing
for a couple of hours on Wednesday 7
June. A visiting band of ringers rang a full peal as a belated
welcome to Rev Nicholas Williams and to remember those affected by the recent
terrorist acts. The details of the peal as published in The Ringing World
Kent County Association Wateringbury, Kent
St John the Baptist Wednesday, 7 June 2017 in 2hrs 36mins
One extent each of Norwich S, Kent TB, Cambridge
S, Beverley S, St Clements CB and two extents of Plain Bob Minor
1 Ronald F
Diserens 2 Jacqueline
M Barlow 3 Thomas M
4 Marisa A
Hayes 5 Nicholas
Wilkins (C) 6 Alexander
A belated welcome to Rev Nicholas Williams. Also thinking of all those who have recently
suffered as a result of terrorist acts.
Sue Collins - Wateringbury Bellringers