CREATOR Cherish the world around you in this place. Remember to take care of all living things. Even the smallest garden can give great rewards. And underneath are the everlasting arms. The future of this planet is everyone’s responsibility. Open all senses to the remarkable works of nature. Reduce waste, Recycle resources and Remember…. ………………..there is no Planet B. John Waldren. This acrostic poem was written as part of the service at All Saints on August 29th, led by Diane and Lizzie, where we looked at aspects of our wonderful world. ' We have some wonderful green spaces in this part of Bristol. Lockdowns have made us appreciate these places which are on our own doorsteps. Gardens have become important places to cherish over the past two years. It has been wonderful to see things grow from tiny seeds. Those areas of parkland and grass verges which have been sown with wild flowers are wonderful gifts to our community.’ John Waldren ST. MARY’S The 200 year weekend was a great success, we had about 300 people in on Saturday if not more, both the services on Sunday were well attended. On Sunday afternoon we had people come wander around on Sunday afternoon. The cream teas, music and the chance to see all the old registers were the most popular things , and quite a few people who have moved away came back especially, so a lot of people were able to catch up in person with people they have not seen in a long time. Thank you to everyone for their time and effort, it was definitely worth all the hard work. Final thank you to all the visitors for making it all worthwhile. 18

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