Vicar to visit – Care4Calais

Vicar Victoria and Revd Ashdown will be spending a short time in Northern France with the humanitarian charity Care4Calais. You can help by donating priority items. They will deliver donations, observe the situation, and offer spiritual comfort if appropriate. Care4Calais is a volunteer run charity delivering essential aid and support to people in pursuit of …

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Winchester Eco Seminar

Ruth Valerio from Tearfund led the Eco and climate action seminar for Winchester Diocese on 14 January 2020. @acbchurch has produced this edited transcript. Time stamps {00:00} refer to the original recording which is published here by the Diocese of Winchester Environment and available directly at Soundcloud. Headings, emphases, interpolations and editing decisions are entirely …

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Whitenap development

The Whitenap development will build 1300 houses on the edge of Romsey south of the Tadburn road within the enclosing loop of the railway. The plans raise strong feelings about traffic, urbanisation and implications for North Baddesley. Despite Storm Brendon lashing the carparks of Mountbatten School more than 150 people attended an engagement event. On …

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Millennial wearing a t-shirt at a protest rally!! No human is illegal,

People on the move

This week, one person watched thirty-eight others die in the freezing silence of a refrigerated container. Then they too died. Hateful things have been said about the victims. Unfortunately we’ve seen this hate locally as well as in other communities. Hate for the dead is wrong. They were smuggled into our islands and died in …

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Vaccination. A common good

Vicar Victoria spent a month in quarantine recently. She came into contact with an outbreak of measles in adults which can be serious. Public Health England told the Vicar who looks after Ampfield, Chilworth and North Baddesley to limit her contacts to protect the community. Measles shouldn’t be a problem today. When enough people are …

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