PILGRIM NEWSLETTER No 22 MAY 1985
This year's pilgrimage
Enclosed with this newsletter is the booking form for the Birthdays pilgrimage. The provisional route is:
17 Aug: Arundel, Angmering, Broadwater (Worthing) *
18 Aug: Broadwater, Steyning, Storrington
19 Aug: Storrington, Billingshurst, Cranleigh
20 Aug: Cranleigh, Chilworth, Guildford Cath’l, Woking
21 Aug: Woking, Weybridge (St Georges College) *
22 Aug: Weybridge, Cobham, Epsom
23 Aug: REST DAY at Epsom (swimming?)
24 Aug: Epsom, Headley, Redhill
25 Aug: Redhill, Charlwood, Horsham, Christ’s Hosp’l
26 Aug: Horsham, Slaugham, Staplefield, Forest Row
27 Aug: Forest Row, Crowborough, Wadhurst
28 Aug: Wadhurst, Mayfield, Cade Street (Heathfield) *
29 Auq: Cade Street, Michelham Priory, Seaford
30 Aug: Seaford, Lewes, Patcham (North Brighton)
31 Aug: Patcham, Kemptown (East Brighton) am only.
* Afternoon walk only.
The cost is £80 for the whole way or £6 per night (note the misprint on the form!). Numbers are limited to 80 only. A £5 deposit will secure a place until 30 June. Thereafter, only fully paid pilgrims can be sure of inclusion, unless special terms have been agreed - IN ADVANCE!
Not quite the same as last year, except for the names.
Director: Antony M-Leyland
Chaplain: Mgr Pat Olivier
Bookings: Alice M-Leyland
Crosses: Geoff Bedford
Routes: Aidan Simons
Drinks: Mike Simons
Catering: Frances Dean
Transport: Rosemary Wheeler
Luggage: Imelda Simons
Medical: Mary Clifford
Newsletter: Fr Bill Haynes
We are sorry to lose Sarah Lane as Factotum-in-chief, but she hopes to be with us another time. Thanks to Rosemary for filling this gap!
PLEASE NOTE: NEWS ITEMS SHOULD NOW GO TO:
Fr Bill Haynes
South Downs Way Walk 1985
Over the Spring Bank Hal day weekend, 7 walkers completed the 50 miles between Arundel Cathedral and Exceat Bridge via Upper Beeding and Lewes. About £500 has been pledged in aid of the mission run by Fr Robert Brett, an A&B priest working on the Kenyan coast. Extra money should be sent to Mr D. O’Hara
SIZE 10 BOOTS Pat Olivier has a pair of boats which have broken him in! Anyone interested in acquiring them, contact him at Crawley
Bernard Coleman has a job at the Derby County FC sports centre, and hopes to join us on this year’s walk; his new parish church was opened by Cardinal Hume (of course?).
Alan Fox is organising a walking pilgrimage in connection with this year’s URC Provincial Day
Please pray for Ann Harvey's father who died last September; she was a Papal pilgrim
Fr Bill Haynes has been featured in the A&B News for his work at Lewes prison.
Geraldine & Christopher Hedgecock had a baby daughter (Ruth) on 11 August 84.
Maurice Hickman reminds you of the St Francis of Assisi Catholic Ramblers Club of which he is secretary.
Peter & Kathleen Hunt have a third son (Matthew Joseph) born in December.
Charles and Margaret King are expecting a second baby in August.
Martin Leyland is in charge of social life at Durham University (UCCA please note!).
Sean McQuillan has landed a promotion on transfer to Tunbridge Wells.
Michael McCabe and Susan Martin were married last September
Gilberte McCutchan has been unwell and asks for prayers to enable her to accept a less active life.
Julian Martin is now at HOVE, and is coming for the last week of the walk.
Julian, Patrick Reeve, Johanna Cleary, Colin Hooper and a number of friends took a riverboat down the Thames at Easter (give it back, Patrick! ).
Alice Morwood-Leyland is expecting a second baby in October.
Antony M-L has been appointed Director of Finance of the Diocese of Brentwood, and was elected as Grand Knight of his local KSC council .
Robert M-L has been accepted as a member of the British Hedgehog Preservation Society (thank you, Dawn Willson!) and the Woodland Trust (thank you, Sean McQuillan).
Clare de Normanville qualified as an SRN and continues to work at Northwick Park Hospital .
Anne and Clare’s mother is seriously ill and your prayers are requested
Jane Rex is hoping to qualify as a midwife soon, when she will join the WRAF Nursing Corps.
Mike Simons had a spell in hospital but is much recovered.
Moira (Moggy) Stephens has been to Israel but is now back at home, and the Royal Marsden.
Agnes West has a son (Christopher) born August 84.
Tony White has been working as a deacon in Shoreham parish and will be ordained Priest this summer, ad multos annos.
No prizes to anyone, since nobody guessed what the centre pieces were. In fact, they were armatures from electric motors. Of course!