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Archdeacon’s Visitation and Gathering in Nicosia on 20th May 2017

The annual Archdeacon’s Visitation and Gathering was held in St. Paul’s Cathedral, Nicosia on Saturday 20th May 2017.

Members of the several parishes of the Archdeaconry in Cyprus met together to hear the Archdeacon in Cyprus, the Revd Dr John Holdsworth, give his “state of the union” address and to commission Wardens and Council members following their elections at recent AGMs in the parishes. 59 more words


Views from the Thames

One of the things I really wanted to do on this visit to London was  a trip on the Thames. There are a number of ways you can do this, but if you have the London Pass the hop on/hop off City Cruise is included in the pass. 210 more words


London called și a fost M I N U N A T!

Nici nu știu de unde să încep că iar mă mega-extaziez numai rememorând zilele pe tărâm britanic, care au fost încărcate si ravisante ca mine, dar a fost odată ca niciodată „un băiețel” care a zburat pentru prima oară. 3,041 more words

More London evening shots

Here are some more shots from our last night in London last week. Low light photography is not really one of my strong subjects, but I think these turned out ok. 25 more words


Melbourne Meanderings

Last March, I had the privilege of going back to Australia. I had an amazing time during my previous holiday to the Land Down Under that I could not wait to come back. 950 more words


Dismay as buildings are requisitioned

Not every organisation was patriotically delighted to give up their premises to war purposes.

The Waifs and Strays Society received with dismay, as no doubt did many other Church Organisations, the news that the Great Hall of the Church House had been requisitioned for Government purposes, and that its doors were therefore shut against all ‘May Meetings.’ It seemed to the ‘Waifs and Strays’ that a good – perhaps, a better – substitute for their great Annual Meeting would be (in addition to the early Celebration in St. 33 more words

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