Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Prayerwalking again

It's great to be in England now that Spring is here.  Longer and warmer days are at hand.  This Saturday I'm involved with the annual prayerwalk in the Constable Country.  It is always (D.V.) on the third Saturday of May, even if there is a key football match then.  It starts at 10.30 a.m. (BST) and finishes at around 5 p.m. (17.00 hours BST).  We meet at the war memorial in Royal Square, Dedham and end by Dedham bridge, having walked to Langham, Stratford St. Mary, East Bergholt (sometimes by Flatford Mill) and then along the River Stour back to Dedham.  We generally park our cars in the large Dedham car park or the car park just by Dedham bridge.  (I used to park by the war memorial but parking restrictions and the volume of cars now make it difficult.)

This year Tic, an Old English sheepdog, may be making an appearance.  I understand that he has been recently shorn.

16/5/10 Apologies to Tic for misspelling his name in earlier versions of this post.

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