At midnight on 10th June 2020 Britain had gone two months without burning coal to generate power. So far this year, 37% of all electricity generated was supplied by renewable energy sources, and the UK has the biggest offshore wind industry in the world. But what does this have to do with the Church? The Bright Now campaign
Is it possible to write in the present day without mentioning the c*****virus or C****-19?
I fell into being Finedon’s church archivist quite by accident. I’m actually a lecturer in Renaissance Literature,
t the start of the year, Andrew Silley, Pioneer CChurch, Corby, Church, Corby, began training for a 483 mile, week-long cycle challenge in Rwanda to raise money for the Christian charity Great Lakes Outreach.
In light of what is going on with regards to the Coronavirus
Northamptonshire’s redundant churches
There is an afterlife – at least for some Church of England churches that are made redundant.
The Pytchley Row cottages are constructed of ironstone at the front facing Church Street, but at the back the thick walls are made of cheaper limestone. Except for No. 11 Church Street, which became a temporary post office around the turn of the century.
The latest Government guidance on singing states that “There should be no group singing inside places of worship when worshippers are present.”
Due to the present situation there will be no further meetings of the Finedon Local History Society I will be in touch when the situation changes.
In my day it was about this time of year during the school holidays that our attention turned to ice cream and sweets. I know I’ve chatted before about this but I was reminded recently about Nougat.