Monthly Archives: May 2015

Victory for the Victory Morris May Day Dinner

hand holding fork over plate of food Victory Morris Declares Sarum Dinner a Victory Read more

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Magna Carta Women: Exhibition Draws Path to Equal Rights

Magna Carta Women by Tracy Satchwill celebrates the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta by depicting the development of the women’s rights campaign since it was sealed. Monday 28 September to Saturday 24 October 2015 The exhibition includes a four-panel digital collage … Read more

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Canon James Woodward of Windsor Appointed Sarum College Principal

The Trustees of Sarum College are delighted to announce the appointment of The Revd Canon Dr James Woodward as Principal of Sarum College. James is presently Canon of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, and will assume the Principal post on … Read more

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Like a Tramp, Like a Pilgrim: An Evening with Harry Bucknall

Dorset author Harry Bucknall will be in Sarum College on Friday 29 May at 7.15pm to talk about his remarkable 1,400 mile pilgrimage on foot to Rome. Please do join us for what will be a very entertaining evening. “My … Read more

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Bookshop Bestsellers: April 2015

1. Simply Good News by Tom Wright, SPCK £9.99  2. King John and Magna Carta (Pitkin Guide) by Sean McGlynn, The History Press £6 3. On Rock or Sand? by John Sentamu, SPCK £9.99 4. Spirit of Peace by Mary Grey, … Read more

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Book of the Month: May 2015

Immortal Diamond By Richard Rohr The Saint Columba’s House theological book group read ‘Immortal Diamond’ earlier this year, having read and enjoyed Richard Rohr’s earlier book, ‘Falling Upwards’ the year before. This review is drawn together from members’ contributions. Immortal … Read more

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