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In the paper

As this week’s Beverley Guardian is out I feel I can now blog the text of my piece for last week’s edition.  This is the full text I sent in, which was edited slightly for publication. 519 more words


What ministry is all about

I am convinced that ministry in the 21st Century has to be about more than just caring for those people who are already within the church, and keeping our current activities going.  380 more words


Beverley, Red Brick Houses, by Andrew Reid Wildman

I love the gentle redbrick of East Yorkshire, it is the sight of home, once lost, now in part rediscovered. It is the smell of tar and creosote, the hum of bees and the scent of roses. 28 more words

Andrew Reid Wildman

Beverley, Hengate, by Andrew Reid Wildman

It reminds me of school, that first taste of fear and captivity, and so, so many years ago. I was born in this little market town, on the edge of Hull, though not quite part of the sprawl, marshes and fields defending the border; the air was scented with the sea as well as the hint of sheep and agriculture. 170 more words

Andrew Reid Wildman

The Bells Ring and the Ground Shakes....Andrew Reid Wildman

The bells ring and the ground shakes and everything inside me tingles with secret pride and awe and magic. The bells ring so loudly, filling the air with joy and mystery. 158 more words

Andrew Reid Wildman

Pendleton's Puncture

Victoria Pendleton has her third start under rules tomorrow at Beverley, I know I am a few weeks behind the curve wading in to the debate about her being ‘parachuted’ in and given better opportunities than lots of hard working lads and lasses who are up at the crack of dawn and riding three lots out a day. 320 more words

We Want Southwood!

In a slight departure from the usual subject matter of this blog, Beverley’s common lands, we at NSH will take a look at the East Riding of Yorkshire’s ’emerging’ Local Development Plan and the masterplans for the South of the town. 863 more words