Friday 20 July 2018
Mark Oakley on Helen Dunmore’s ‘alert, generous’ poems from her collection Inside the Wave
06 Jul 2018
Sally Welch enjoys Sarah Meyrick’s pilgrimage narrative Knowing Anna
01 Jun 2018
Malcolm Doney enjoys Elizabeth Strout’s ‘beautifully human’ novel Abide With Me
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St Michael and All Angels is a parish church situated in a neighbourhood of Cape Town that was laid out in the late Victorian period in fair proximity to the old City. The building, in a northern French neo-gothic style, is by South Africa’s most celebrated architect, Sir Herbert Baker. It contains a fine four manual Norman & Beard organ and some notable stained glass, including transept windows by Gabriel Loire.
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Covering over 150 square miles of beautiful West Devon countryside, the Northmoor Team on Dartmoor’s northern edge is served by a Rector and two Team Vicars, a supportive group of lay and ordained colleagues, and dedicated church communities.
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