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November 2019

Thursday 7 November 2019

C3 Foundation / Leadership Safeguarding Training and Development Module

Required for those holding a license, commission, authorisation, permission to officiate from a Bishop - Ordained and Lay

To promote awareness of possible safeguarding concerns and to equip people in relevant roles to feel confident to share with the appropriate person.

More information on these modules can be found here:
www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/training/training

This workshop will be presented by Bev Huff / Sam Suddery.

Bring your own packed lunch

To book a place please contact sharon.welbourne@peterborough-diocese.org.uk

Diocesan Office, The Palace, Peterborough PE1 1YB. No parking available, please use public car parks

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Friday 15 November 2019

C3 Foundation / Leadership Safeguarding Training and Development Module

Required for those holding a license, commission, authorisation, permission to officiate from a Bishop - Ordained and Lay

To promote awareness of possible safeguarding concerns and to equip people in relevant roles to feel confident to share with the appropriate person.

More information on these modules can be found here:
www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/training/training

This workshop will be presented by Bev Huff / Sam Suddery.

Bring your own packed lunch

To book a place please contact sharon.welbourne@peterborough-diocese.org.uk

Bouverie Court, Bedford Road, Northampton NN4 7YD. Parking is limited so please car share if possible or/and park if need be up at the nearby hotel and walk to Bouverie.

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Thursday 21 November 2019

The Theological History of the Civil War

Speaker: Bishop Donald Allister


Where did the divine right of kings come from? Why did Charles try to impose episcopacy on the Scots? Did Laud cause the Civil War? Why was the Act of Uniformity so strict? And what can we learn from all of this?

The talk will be at St Bartholomew’s, Greens Norton (near Towcester) before going on to a buffet lunch at The Butcher’s Arms for lunch (£9.00 per person to include a hot drink). We will then go on to Canons Ashby. Entrance is free for card carrying National Trust members. Entry will cost £8.50 for non-members.

NOTE: Sometimes the house is shut in November for conservation reasons. If so, our visit will be to the church and the gardens.

About Canons Ashby
: The house was home to the Dryden family, who during the Civil War were Puritans and supported Parliament. A fight between Parlimentarian and Royalist soldiers took place on the grounds and the nearby church. The only casualty was the shepherd boy who had kept watch, and a statue honouring his sacrifice stands in the gardens.

Canons Ashby, Nr Towcester

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