Church of England Diocese of Oxford South Chilterns

Cadmore February News

16 Feb 2021, 10 a.m.
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Many thanks to all who continue to generously donate to the One Can Collections ( collected weekly from church porch ). Having witnessed the organisation at first hand at the distribution point in High Wycombe it is a highly impressive operation staffed entirely by volunteers. These same volunteers continue to distribute to those in need all day, 5 days a week, throughout High Wycombe.

Many of us in the Village have now received their first vaccination jab, mostly at Lunar House in Marlow. Some at Adams Park. High Wycombe. ( do bear in mind how many of us are in the “ qualifying” age bracket … ). From all accounts this has been…and still is… a most impressive, well organised operation.

THE COVID BEAST IS STILL OUT THERE…EVEN IF YOU HAVE HAD YOUR ‘JAB’ COVER UP AND MAINTAIN THE SPACE. “Scientists have now confirmed that women who have put on weight during lockdownare likely to live longer than the men who mention it.”

As many will have no doubt have noticed (?) some serious renovation has been carried out on the hedge behind Blacksmith’s Cottage, together with a v. impressive bonfire ( all traces since removed and little or no leftovers discernible )

From all reports this has made a huge difference to the amount of light in both Blacksmith’s Cottage and near neighbours.

Hope for all “Non Gardeners” Sightings of some of Britain’s best- loved garden birds have fallen according to a recent report in The Times because of “overly tidy gardening”. “That’ll be why I spotted a nightjar, 3 Kestrels and a white-tailed eagle in mine” says Giles Coren .