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.
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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.
Andrew Burdett enjoyed a full English breakfast with dad Richard, at the Crooked House of Windsor… all thanks to a Groupon voucher.
Taplow Youth Choir – of which I am a member – tonight sang choral evensong at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. A quality performance, it delighted one tourist.
Anyone who knows me really well will know this: I’m not an overtly proud person. Yes, a picture of my enormous head sits at the top of my blog, and yes I occasionally over-hype my latest web content. But when my tongue is not buried deep within my cheek, I hate shouting about my ‘achievements’.
Today, though, I “can be rightly proud” of what I have earned: the Queen’s Scout Award.
As a special treat, Mum purchased tickets for us to attend the Royal Windsor Horse Show and Tattoo today (Sunday, 15 May 2011). However, with revision occupying most of my day (and church and...