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Richard Waters

RICHARD WATERS

This post was written by Victoria Doran.

Richard Waters was an Old Caldeian and Liverpool Pal killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme who came from a typical middle class background, but whose home circumstances were far from ideal. 1,384 more words

CHILDREN SERIES 2: WHAT HAPPENED??

Looking at the crop of Children (Youths tho) we have nowadays, they seem to be the ones you find in the Boys’ Brigade, Girls Guild, Royal Ambassador, Royal Shepherd etc. 364 more words

Children Ministry

THE BLESSING OF FRIENDS (Blessings Jar Week 11)

I love belonging to the Five Minute Friday blogging community. http://katemotaung.com/ Writing to such a deadline sparks creativity in unthought of directions and keeps things tight. 887 more words

Prose

BLESSING AFTER BLESSING: The Blessing of BB Camp (Blessings Jar Week 10)

I’m sorry this post is so late – blame it on busyness and exhaustion. I spent from Friday night to Sunday night at Boys’ Brigade Camp, with my days lasting from 6.30am to 10.30pm, and I’m still recovering. 708 more words

Prose

THE BLESSING OF TOGETHERNESS (Blessing Jar Week 9)

It’s been dreich day – only the Scots word will do – grey and overcast from the start with drumming rain settling into a steady dampness that doesn’t quite feel enough to require a waterproof but seeps gradually into cold insistence. 549 more words

Prose

Call to Arms: Recruiting at Molineux Grounds

The Express & Star of 10 October 1914 told of an interesting spectacle at the Molineux grounds, aside from the football match between Wolverhampton Wanderers Reserves and West Bromwich Albion. 287 more words

Men Who Served