Tag Archives: Remembrance

Armistice 100

On Friday I had the honour of taking part in the reading of the names of the 1,180 men and one woman from this city who were killed during the First World War. This has been taking place on the … Continue reading

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Prayers for Armistice 100

This weekend, as I lead prayers at the War Memorial in the centre of Peterborough on the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, I will use two prayers which I wrote at the beginning of this commemoration in 2014. The first … Continue reading

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Remembrance: more than pressing ‘replay’

I’ve been looking into memory and how it functions. It was prompted by an interview on Newsnight on BBC2 recently on the Grenfell Tower fire. There were reports of an infant being thrown from the 4th floor and miraculously caught … Continue reading

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Bond: licensed to kill and not to kill

Bond is back! The new film, Spectre, was released a couple of weeks ago and last week we went to sample the delights that are a new Bond film. I’m enjoying the backstory that we are getting with the more … Continue reading

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