Fast becoming an annual Christmas tradition, our annual Waddesdon outing is one that I will gladly repeat in 2015.
Pictures from the new-look Maidenhead Christmas Lights, unveiled on Saturday, 22 November 2014, in a grand switch-on outside the Town Hall.
At Maidenhead Town Hall today, fellow members of the St Luke’s community manned the church’s stall at the Combined Charities Fair, while Matthew, my brother, helped out with the Rotaract hook-a-duck attraction.
Celebrated harpist Elizabeth McNulty gave a 45-minute recital at St Luke’s this lunchtime, the latest in a series of Friday afternoon concerts.
With the Bishop of Oxford due to retire in October, he’s walking the breadth of the Diocese, following the Thames Path. Andrew Burdett joined Saturday’s leg.
This lunchtime, I was pleased to join in with the Maidenhead Fundrun, organised by the local branch of the Lions Club. Truly, it put the fun into fundraising. I hope we will be able to try beating our team’s 66 laps next September.
It’s often said metaphorically that people are now ‘permanently attached’ to their phones and tablets and computers. Now it seems the inversion is true: our technology will become permanently attached to us.
Tomorrow, the latest edition of the St Luke’s Church magazine, InSpire, will hit newsstands across the, erm, church. As editor, I’m enormously grateful to all of our contributors.