Monthly Archives: December 2014

Fish and ships

As a seasonal break from living up on the mountain we had the opportunity of spending Christmas in the church flat in Cannes, something that we thoroughly enjoyed. (Thanks Giles and Chris.) It was a relief to attend the Christmas … Continue reading

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Five months on…

If you wanted to summarise what has been a busy and hectic week you could say it has been one of consolidating our position in France. On Sunday, Chris preached twice (same sermon, different services) at Holy Trinity Cannes and … Continue reading

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Miscellany and Montpellier

The week has been dominated by our visit to Montpellier. But a couple of things first. We didn’t mention last week that Alison’s uncle Sir Fred Catherwood had died.  We were rather hoping for some sensible obituaries to link to … Continue reading

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Wetlands and a curious legacy of Rome

With a brief interruption the rain and cloud has continued here. What by Swansea standards we would consider to be normal or even rather mild winter weather is viewed as increasingly abnormal and troubling. Actually, it hasn’t really bothered us … Continue reading

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