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News from September 2017

News from Holy Trinity CofE Primary School

The new academic year has started with great excitement for all that is planned for this year. New staff and pupils have joined us and we have all enjoyed seeing friends again and making new ones. Reception children have joined us part time for the first few weeks and they will all soon be full time in school. Our focus for this half term is ‘Generosity’ and all Collective Worship for all children will be sharing this theme

30 September 2017

An Evening with Paul Atterbury (of BBC’s Antiques Roadshow)

Please go to our Whats On page for NOVEMBER activities for details of this event planned for Friday 24th November 2017 at 7.30pm

30 September 2017

Sunday School Update (by Jenny Keates)

As you may be aware, Marion has decided to step down from the running of the Sunday School. Flair, one of her assistants, has also had to stop for the time being. We are grateful to them both for their time and dedication to our children at church. Thank you both.

29 September 2017

Goodbye to Gail and Gareth Gregory

On Sunday 24th September the church said farewell to Gareth and Gail who have been active members of Holy Trinity church for ten years.

27 September 2017

Sociable Strollers

The Strollers became The Striders for the day when we supported the Ride and Stride Day on 9th September. We visited four churches on Portland: All Saints, Easton; Easton Methodist; St George’s and St Andrew’s (the “Avalanche” church) – though Easton Methodist was not strictly on the “approved list” – and were warmly welcomed in each one. We had guided tours of all the churches and a much-appreciated coffee stop in the Methodist church. All four churches amply repaid the time taken to visit them and I think we all found things to enjoy that we had not spotted in previous visits.

11 September 2017

Vicar’s letter for October 2018

“I’m a country person at heart! I was brought up in a small country town in North Cornwall with a thriving market each week. Sadly it is all now long gone. But as children my brothers and I used to love to go to the livestock market and watch all the farmers bringing their livestock and produce to market. At Harvest thanksgiving we would take our harvest gifts to church and I remember a wonderful harvest choral evensong and a hearty harvest supper which everybody was involved with.”

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