A time lapse of the moment the super blue moon was closest to Sennicotts (00:40) on 31 January 2018
Chichester has a problem: it’s highways network is not designed for the 2016 patterns and volumes of traffic and certainly not designed for the 2019 patterns and volumes of traffic once thousands of new homes are added to the City in the coming years. In 2004 the Highways Agency saw this problem coming and proposed […]
In the early years of the Second World War a Norfolk girl from Upwell by the name of Kathleen Mary Chapman (W/10633) was posted with the ATS first to the Mitcham Road Barracks in Croydon (1939), before moving further South to Walberton House, West Sussex (1940), then briefly at Fifehead Manor in Hampshire before arriving […]
Address given at the Funeral Service of Mrs Rowland Rank [Margaret nee McArthur] in [St Mary’s] Sennicotts Church, Sussex on Friday March 4th 1988 by the Vicar the Reverend Donald Johnson, M.A. ‘The love of life’ said Dr Johnson in The Rambler in the early 1750s ‘is necessary to the vigorous prosecution of any undertaking’. […]
Wick Cottage in Aldwick after the Second World War. Wick Cottage was previously known as Fleurs.
Order of Service for Funeral of Rowland Rank 13th July 1939Wesley’s Chapel, City Road EC1Y 1AU The Service opened with “I am the Resurrection and the Life…”Hymn:- All things bright and beautiful…Psalm 23.Reading from Holy Scriptures:- Revelation 21 v1-7 Address given by The Rev. Bartlett Lang. For more than 12 months we have been passing […]