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There is also a guided tour of the church and crypt every Saturday and Bank Holiday at pm, please contact the Abbey to arrange - details are on their website. Vincent de Paul Christmas Appeal - There will be a special collection after both Masses on Sunday 29th November, First Week of Advent, in aid of the SVP in its work of helping needy local families to enjoy some Christmas fayre and to cope with winter fuel bills.
Although affluent, Newbury has a deal of ‘hidden poverty' which your generous support can help to alleviate.
Monday 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd October 2012 - Click here for more details ADVENT PENITENTIAL SERVICE: Will be held here at St. There will be a number of priests to help with Confessions.
“It has impacted upon it to such an extent that I consider that I can no longer make any progress and therefore I must recommend refusal of it.” He added: “I have concluded that it’s unlikely that we are going to reach any agreement with the applicants on issues such as how this development is going to be provided with regards to the provision of accesses and mitigation.
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I look forward to hearing from you Added March 2013 Talks to mark the 50th anniversary of the 2nd Vatican Council will be held here at St. They will be on four consecutive Monday evenings in October.
“A stage has now been reached where the applicants are refusing to have little or no involvement in the delivery of the A343 and the A339 access.” n Continued on page 5 Senior library assistant Bhuvana Karthikeyan shows off Newbur y library’s Winnie-the-Pooh- themed montage which won the best charity/not-for-profit Christmas window display in a competition organised by Newbury Business Improvement District.
It is the second year running that the librar y h s won this award.Armed raid terror for staff at M&S Council says developer ‘ignoring’ traffic fears Report by DAN COOPER email [email protected] twitter @danc_nwn WEST Berkshire Council is set to refuse planning permission for up to 2,000 homes and two new primary schools at Sandleford Park after devel- oper Bloor Homes refused to help pay for an access road on to the A339.