Category Archives: The South Winterbourne Journey

South Winterbourne Journey Event

Saturday 28th January 2017 from 2.30 p.m. – 5 p.m. Martinstown Village Hall (Martinstown, DT2 9JU) a free event showcasing the results of the South Winterbourne Journey Arts Project. Tea, coffee and cake available. Programme: 2.30 pm :: Doors open

South Winterbourne Journey Event

Saturday 28th January 2017 from 2.30 p.m. – 5 p.m. Martinstown Village Hall (Martinstown, DT2 9JU) a free event showcasing the results of the South Winterbourne Journey Arts Project. Tea, coffee and cake available. Programme: 2.30 pm :: Doors open

St Martin’s Church :: Remembrance Sunday 2016

Prior to the Remembrance Sunday Service at St Martin’s Church, Howard Bowering and his team of bellringers were ringing the traditional half muffled quarter peal of Grandsire Doubles. Half muffling is used for solemn occasions. The clappers of the bells are

St Martin’s Church :: Remembrance Sunday 2016

Prior to the Remembrance Sunday Service at St Martin’s Church, Howard Bowering and his team of bellringers were ringing the traditional half muffled quarter peal of Grandsire Doubles. Half muffling is used for solemn occasions. The clappers of the bells are

Interview with Howard Bowering

Friday 28th October The Church of St Martin is at the heart of Martinstown and it has the only set of ringable bells in the South Winterbourne Valley. Love it or hate it, the sound of church bells drifting on

Interview with Howard Bowering

Friday 28th October The Church of St Martin is at the heart of Martinstown and it has the only set of ringable bells in the South Winterbourne Valley. Love it or hate it, the sound of church bells drifting on

Martinstown Harvest Supper or “Torture by Trifle”

When we spoke to Reverend Jean in August she mentioned the forthcoming Harvest Supper as a shining example of how the Martinstown community worked together to achieve their aims. Jean had suggested reviving the annual Harvest Supper tradition and had

Martinstown Harvest Supper or “Torture by Trifle”

When we spoke to Reverend Jean in August she mentioned the forthcoming Harvest Supper as a shining example of how the Martinstown community worked together to achieve their aims. Jean had suggested reviving the annual Harvest Supper tradition and had

In conversation with Jake Dew, Conservation Officer for Dorset Wildlife Trust

On Thursday 6th October associate artists Mandy Rathbone and David Rogers met Jake Dew, Conservation Officer for Dorset Wildlife Trust, for a walk and talk along the South Winterbourne in Martinstown. Jake explained just how special Winterbourne streams or rivers

In conversation with Jake Dew, Conservation Officer for Dorset Wildlife Trust

On Thursday 6th October associate artists Mandy Rathbone and David Rogers met Jake Dew, Conservation Officer for Dorset Wildlife Trust, for a walk and talk along the South Winterbourne in Martinstown. Jake explained just how special Winterbourne streams or rivers

Winterbourne Came :: creative writing workshop

Angela Goodman, Chris Slade, Jackie Burgoyne, Ralph Hoyte, Becky Williamson, Geraldine Farrow, Judi Moore, David Burns, Philip Gamble Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd September workshop led by Ralph Hoyte Eight participants started day one by sharing their work and visiting

Winterbourne Came :: creative writing workshop

Angela Goodman, Chris Slade, Jackie Burgoyne, Ralph Hoyte, Becky Williamson, Geraldine Farrow, Judi Moore, David Burns, Philip Gamble Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd September workshop led by Ralph Hoyte Eight participants started day one by sharing their work and visiting

In conversation with Dr Alan Chedzoy, local William Barnes’ expert and biographer

This time David and I were off to Weymouth to meet renowned local William Barnes’ expert and biographer, Dr Alan Chedzoy. We spoke about Barnes as Rector of Winterbourne Came and Whitchurch; a role he continued to fulfill until the

In conversation with Dr Alan Chedzoy, local William Barnes’ expert and biographer

This time David and I were off to Weymouth to meet renowned local William Barnes’ expert and biographer, Dr Alan Chedzoy. We spoke about Barnes as Rector of Winterbourne Came and Whitchurch; a role he continued to fulfill until the