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Reclaim The Valley

The Valley, Floyd Road, London SE7. Our spiritual home. A home that I first made my own in 1975, and this year for the first season in 42 years, a home that will not have been to, nor to a final home game that I have nearly always made it back for since leaving the UK in 2003. 308 more words


Album Review: Betty Who’s 'The Valley' is the Album of the Summer

Every year, music critics and listeners alike debate, what the song of the summer will be. Will it be that hit you can’t get out of your head like Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You”? 617 more words



Now that Lent has come and gone, we are back to starting our Choral Eucharist with chimes. This Low Sunday was my first opportunity to strike the chimes. 231 more words

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With Rain

“If I don’t come back
I was never meant for you
I was for your mind.”

I ran fast this morning in the early darkness; a sliver of moon in a clearing sky as the clouds moved out over the Lake. 161 more words


Past with the Present

News came of the death of my former mother-in-law. She was in her 90s but in relatively good health with sound mind. I loved her but didn’t see her very much; phone chats on holidays for the most part. 242 more words



Holy Week has been completed with much learning for me. I was somewhat overwhelmed by the pageantry, extreme spirituality and solemnness of the services from my point of participation. 318 more words

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Album Review - The Valley - Betty Who

The Valley is the second album from Australian pop songstress Betty Who (Jessica Anne Newham).  Once again, her mostly upbeat synth-pop straddles the pop and dance charts (the first single off this album hit #1 on the US Dance charts in 2016). 165 more words

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