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St Davids Nottage line drawing

Christian Worship in Nottage

Part One 1000 years ago there was a church in Nottage, near to where the Rose and Crown is now. With the growth of Newton, 800 years ago the church of St John the Baptist was built and the Nottage Church left to rot. After the Second World War communion services were held in ‘Redlands’…

David and Pat Parry Golden Wedding

David & Pat Parry’s Golden Wedding

Many congratulations to David and Pat Parry on their Golden Weddin. Pat says, “A big thank you to all who wished us well for our Golden Wedding. We shared wine and cake with our friends at St David’s on the Sunday following our anniversary. It was lovely to have our bridesmaids fly down from Scotland…

Meeting George Jabbour

Mothers’ Union: Meeting George

Our March meeting was on ST DAVID’S DAY! Our speaker was George Jabbour. Syrian born, George is now a naturalized British subject. He spoke about his early life as a Christian minority living in Damascus. He attended a Christian primary school run by nuns, with both Christian and Muslim pupils studying next to each other…

Janet Gibbon 100 years old

Congratulations Janet – 100 years!

Congratulations to Janet Gibbon who has celebrated her 100th birthday this month. Janet was very active in Church affairs until problems with her legs left her housebound. She organised trips to the Parish retreat at Llangasty and sold thousands of homemade Welsh cakes to raise funds for the building of St David’s church. She didn’t…