Residents of a Maidenhead housing estate were baffled this morning, when they woke to the sound of piano music wafting across their common green. In fact, it was just me, banging away at a 1979 Knight upright. As you do.
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Andrew and Matthew Burdett visit their former neighbour, Dorothy, with a bowl of sweet, chocolate treats, made up by mum Ann.
There’s a new beast lurking in the waters around historic Windsor. Big and bright yellow, it’s not exactly difficult to spot – everywhere it goes, it attracts the attention of the people it passes. And not just when it’s on the Thames, but when it’s on the land too; it can both swim and crawl.
A birthday in late-April is no time to hold a celebration (examinations begin in the early weeks of May), but two months on, my late eighteenth birthday party was blessed with wonderful weather.
Five years after the family hosted an evening boat party to mark Mum’s 50th and Harriet’s 18th, I picked this Sunday afternoon to hold my very own. With me engrossed in revision, Dad had done the vast majority of the organising, although I came up with the finer details: deciding on the menu, compiling the playlist, and suggesting a ‘Henley’ dress code.
As the town’s Christians united for Maidenhead’s annual Walk of Witness, St Luke’s own Sally Lynch led prayers on the High Street.
I wrote on the last day of last month about the greatness of the preceding weeks. Today being 30 September, it’s perhaps apt to reflect on this month. In essence, September’s been an enormous contrast...
In celebration of Her Majesty’s 60 years on the throne, Mallow Park held a street party for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Photography and an edited video feature in this summary of the biggest party the road has ever held.
Following successful trips to Belgium in 2004, France in 2006, the Netherlands in 2008, and Yorkshire in 2010, this morning 42 St Luke’s congregation members and their friends arrived at church to begin the...