Yearly Archives: 2018

July’s Teme Valley Tote Winners

July’s Draw (The fourth draw in this series) July’s prize draw of the Tote was decided when Rev’d Sally Jones rolled the dice on 1st July to select the set of random numbers and the starting point. As a result, … Continue reading

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A new vicar for Teme Valley South: An Announcement from the Bishop

The Bishop of Worcester is pleased to announce the appointment of The Revd Julia Curtis as Priest in Charge and Rural Mission Enabler in the Benefice of Teme Valley South. Julia is currently Assistant Curate of The Benefice of Creech … Continue reading

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A letter from the Archdeacon of Dudley for July

Frequent reports of how lonely we are, across all ages and nations, have dominated the news for months. We live in lonely times. Increasing numbers of elderly people are living alone for longer. Many young people describe acute senses of … Continue reading

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Lindridge Baby and Toddler Group Update

The Lindridge Baby and Toddler Group is a church-run baby and toddler group that meets at Lindridge Parish Hall each Thursday morning during term time – from 9.30 am to 11 am. If you have children between 0 and 5 … Continue reading

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June’s Teme Valley Tote Winners

June’s Draw (The third draw in this series) June’s prize draw of the Tote was decided when Rev’d Sally Jones rolled the dice on 3rd June to select the set of random numbers and the starting point. As a result, … Continue reading

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A letter from the Bishop of Dudley for June: Modern Slavery

Modern Slavery The roadside sign to have your car washed for £3 is so tempting. With busy lives, and when time is precious, this amount is small change. You can have your car cleaned in a few minutes by a … Continue reading

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Pensax Thrift Shop

For a long time now, Pensax Thrift Shop has each year chosen a charity to support. Amongst the charities for which we have in the past raised funds are Midlands Air Ambulance, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Help for Heroes, Birmingham … Continue reading

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Good Friday Crafts 2018

Many children, parents, carers and volunteer helpers came together at St Lawrence Lindridge Primary School for this, our annual children’s Easter craft session. In addition to Easter Gardens, many seasonal crafts were on offer for all to enjoy, and delicious … Continue reading

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Clows Top and District Gardening Club 2018

If you’re not a member then come along and join us at one of our monthly meetings. It’s a great opportunity for you to share your thoughts, ideas and advice with other members. We have a great programme of speakers … Continue reading

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Pensax Thrift Shop 2018

Spring is just around the corner! Pensax Thrift Shop opens its doors again at 9am on Wednesday 7 March, so if you’re aiming to simplify your life by de-cluttering or want to find a new home for your no-longer-needed items, … Continue reading

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Annual Christmas Crafts and Christingle 2017

On Saturday 9th December, children, parents, carers and volunteer helpers gathered at St Lawrence Lindridge Primary School for this annual celebration. A great social event with the community coming together (in spite of the weather!), as we prepared for the … Continue reading

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