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As every year we were running the Pinehurst Funday on the Circle in cooperation with Pinehurst Initiative Forum with support from Wiltshire Community Foundation, Department of Culture Media & Sport and the Big Lottery Fund.After weeks of planning we started setting up on Friday morning that everything will be ready for Saturday afternoon. After hours …
Once a month we host our version of the messy church movement called Messy Saturday. And each year in the summer we host a special one, the "Messy Olympics" Messy Olympics is different to all the other ones during the year, because we don't have craft activities to join in, we have games. Loads of team games …
Because working with Swindon Academy is a part of what we do, because we are the Chaplaincy team there, we help out with ABC - Week. It is a week full of different activities for the students of every year. This year we helped out with the year 7 students to run their activities. On the …
If someone would ask to sum up our work at Swindon Academy in one word, it would be very difficult to answer, because we’re doing so many different things. It starts with the lunch breaks, when we either walk around school and talk to people or we open the faith room and wait for young …
We started running youth alpha at the beginning of the January term. The first session didn’t go quite as planned as we only had one young person turn up. So, we prayed a lot after this session that we would get more people and that they we would really engage in what we were doing. …
Finally we managed to get our website and blog up and running. Our website will contain all the crucial information you need to get in touch with us and to see what is happening when and where. As well you'll find information about the team and how to get involved. The blog should tell you regularly about …
On Friday the 22nd December we had our annual Carols by candle light on the circle. Valentin led the service and local Vicar Nick Lines gave a short talk. We had 4 Singers Emma, Helen, Whitney and Naomi who lead the carols. We also had the honour of having Millie on keys. It was a great …
“Have you been nice or naughty this year?” This question was not asked just once at the Christmas parties hosted by ‘Bridge the Gap’. About 140 people came around to John Moulton Hall (20/12/17) and to Pinehurst Community Centre (22/12/17) to celebrate Christmas together. Santa was obviously busy asking all these children, what they wish …
On Tuesday the 19th December Naomi and Valentin took a group of 6 young people to Oxford for the day. After a long and very funny bus trip we arrived in Oxford. Our first stop was the new Westgate shopping centre where we had lunch and partook in some retail therapy. After shopping we looked …
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