Gareth Mound, 1996 — 2015: Andrew Burdett offers his personal recollections of his friend and former classmate, who died in August 2015 aged just 19.
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It’s the last day of term at Furze Platt Junior School, and the teachers are in a celebratory mood now the pupils have all gone home… Or have they? In this three-and-a-half minute film, made to close the final assembly of the year, see the FPJS staff as never before!
Made as an aide to Berkshire Scouts Youth Forum meetings, Andrew Burdett discusses filming vox-pops (on the theme of the Youth Shaped initiative) at the county Dragon Boat Regatta.
Published today, the latest edition of InSpire, the church magazine of St Luke’s, Maidenhead. This is the penultimate edition I shall edit before university beckons in September. The hope, therefore, had been for me to...
These last 24 hours have been butcherous, thrilling, and entirely unpredictable — the complete opposite of how things felt this time yesterday. What a difference a day makes.
We’ve all known (although inside the bubble no one’s dared admit it) that this election will conclude inconclusively. By the time the sun comes up tomorrow, we really will be nonethewiser as to who the Prime Minister will be.
Evensong is easily my favourite of all liturgies. I was thrilled to get one last opportunity to sing the ancient service with Taplow Youth Choir.
The whole of the Easter break had come and so nearly gone without any one of us spending so much as an hour at Cliveden. Clearly this needed to be put right.