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Holy Trinity Primary School and Community Nursery

The school, the largest primary school in Dorset, and nursery provide a Christian environment in which every pupil is recognised as a unique individual to be nurtured in mind, body and spirit. It occupies superb new buildings which were dedicated in 2008 by the Bishop of Sherborne. It has a garden, which includes a memory garden for spiritual and quiet reflection and is used by the pupils as part of their RE lessons. You can view the school's website or contact the school on 01305 783 200 or at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

What’s on

  • Tuesday 5 September 2017, 8.30pm | Convent of Mercy, Wyke Road

    Julian Meeting

    All are welcome to attend our interdenominational meeting of contemplative prayer. Please ring Anne Dunn on 01305 770066 for more details.

  • Friday 8 September 2017, 6.00pm | St Nicholas

    Rainbows: the youngest member of the Guiding family

    Our Rainbows group for girls aged 5–7 meets every Friday evening in term time, before the Brownie pack meeting. For more information contact 01305 766395.

  • Friday 8 September 2017, 7.30pm | St Nicholas

    1st Weymouth (Holy Trinity) Brownies

    Everything a Brownie does is an adventure – it’s a world of excitement! We meet every Friday evening in term time. For further information, please give Brown Owl a call on 01305 766395.

  • Saturday 9 September 2017, 11.00am | All Saints Church, Easton

    Sociable Strollers

    We plan to support ‘Ride and Stride’, visiting four churches on Portland: All Saints, Easton; Easton Methodist Church; St George’s; and the Avalanche Memorial Church (St Andrew’s), Southwell. Meet at All Saints, Easton where there will be a Rotary table-top sale, so we will no doubt spend a little time there before moving on! We will then cross the square to Easton Methodist Church, where we have been offered a brief guided tour. Coffee will be available here and we will leave time to take advantage of that! Then we will go along Reforne to St George’s, where we will have another guided tour. Then it’s off to St Andrew’s and finally back to Easton. When we’ve completed our circuit, we will have lunch at the New Inn in Easton.

    This will be a walk mainly on pavements rather than our usual country ramble, but a price worth paying to support ‘Ride and Stride’. Don’t forget to get forms from Anthony and get some sponsorship if you can!

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Parish Summer Fete

The sun shone on all those who came to our fete on Saturday. Everyone enjoyed the stalls and games (and of course the tea and cakes).

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Vicar’s letter for August 2017/September 2017

Holidays or Holy Days. That’s the derivation, of course, of the word we use to describe those times when we pack up the tent and pitch it somewhere sunny, like Jonah (Jonah 4:5), or crawl off in a caravan towards the sand like Joseph after his brothers sold him into slavery (Genesis 37:25), or perhaps even go sailing round the Med like St. Paul (Acts 27:14ff), though hopefully without being shipwrecked ! ”

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