Category Archives: Newcastle upon Tyne

Cullercoats – St George

I am not a person who does the seaside. It was a gorgeous day (16 July 2015) when I headed to the North Sea coast for a meeting at Cullercoats, and we could have spent the afternoon on the beach. … Continue reading

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Cowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne – St Peter

On Tuesday 17 March we had a Deanery Chapter at St Peter’s Cowgate, another Deanery Church I have driven past thousands of times, but never been in. I don’t know the date of the church, but it is a solid … Continue reading

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Sugley – Holy Saviour

The day after we had been to Carlisle, I went to Sugley for an evening Deanery Chapter meeting. I went back on Friday 30 to get outside pictures in daylight. Holy Saviour, Scotswood Road, Sugley, serves the community of Lemington. … Continue reading

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Gosforth – All Saints’

I gave platelets first thing – time to link to the platelet website. This is a very good thing to do – and gives me a couple of hours every four weeks to lie back and give an armful. I like … Continue reading

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Newbiggin Hall – St Wilfrid

On 9 September 2014 I went and did the service at St Wilfrid’s Newbiggin Hall – 6 years here and it was the first time I had ever been in. Sarah, their Vicar, has damaged her foot so I was … Continue reading

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Newcastle – St Nicholas Cathedral

Having spent so many years in a Cathedral I expected to come and enjoy Newcastle Cathedral when I moved north. I went a couple of times, and that was about it. No one’s fault, just life. In recent months they … Continue reading

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Fenham – Holy Cross

I email my Deanery colleagues to thank them for their cover during my sabbatical and said I was around in August “if you need any help”. Me and my big mouth! It was lovely to be invited to do the … Continue reading

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