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Adding to the rich landscape - EDP

Sub-heading: "Heritage - Church extension wins council's design award"
Photo: Exterior view of entrance to Wymondham Church
Text: Wymondham RC church wins South Norfolk's annual design award for 2002. Fr Jennings & Tom O'Connor received a plaque and certificate at the awards ceremony. Certificates presented to architect Paul Lucas (Real Architecture, Wymondham) and Steve Brock (Bluestone Plc, Norwich)

Eastern Daily Press

Apology, please Mr Kinnock

Editorial begins: "The Labour party is revelling the new found confidence of an Opposition which is at last recovering from its third successive electoral defeat. The consequent euphoria, however, has led its leader to stray from the paths of accepted invective." It suggests that Mr Kinnock will not suffer the fate of Salman Rushdie but an apology is in order.

Eastern Daily Press

Bell ready to ring out at new parish church

Picture: Bell in foreground, Fr Peter Rollings to left
"Ego sum Gabriel" (I am Gabriel) 2.5 hundredweight, was hoisted into place after its blessing by Fr Peter Rollings of Our lady of Sudbury parish which had donated the bell.

Eastern Daily Press

Bishop rejects joint school plan

[undated; unattributed] 4 columns
Sub-heading: "Catholics and council shocked".
"The re-organisation of Gorleston High School is back in the melting pot after the Bishop of Norwich rejected a plan for a joint church school." Some background to the project provided


Bishop warns on road plan

The article begins: "The Bishop of East Anglia, the Rt Rev Alan Clark, last night warned planners of the controversial final stage of the city's inner ring road."
Image: Bishop with headmistress (Sr Mary Cluderay) and pupils at the prizegiving at Notre Dame High School.

Eastern Evening News (1882-)

Bishop's Mission - "I got a loving welcome everywhere"

Article; 2 columns; 3 images - "Roman Catholic Bishop Alan Clark is back from his expedition to South America..."
Mentions in the article include: witnessing a terrorist bomb attack in Lima; baptism of a sick child; visits to settlements; aid sent by the Catholics of the diocese; Bp Clark's passion for Christian unity.

Eastern Evening News (1882-)

Building work to begin on Catholic school

Image - caption: "The Bishop of East Anglia, the Rt Rev Peter Smith, cuts first sod of new Catholic primary school to be built at Gorleston."
The £1 million development of a new school to replace St Mary's School starts with the Bishop lifting the first sod from the ground. Head teacher, Peter Cleary, and the chairman of board of governors, John Holmes, observe with contractors. Albion Road site future uncertain as permission to develop it has been refused.
Manuscript annotation: Speech bubble from Bishop "Right! That's the last we'll see of Alan. Now where do you want the time capsule buried?"

Eastern Daily Press

"Cambridge News [?] - "Father Davidson's Departure" "Priest, Doctor, Nurse & Friend"

Article reporting on a dinner held in honour of Fr Charles Madgwick Davidson as he had been sent to Aldeburgh Mission after having been an Assistant Priest for five years at Our Lady and English Martyrs, Cambridge. Presentations of gifts from the Cambridge congregation were made at Houghton Hall.

Cambridge News

"C'est Normandie!" - visit summary

Page 14 photocopied from an unknown publication. Article is a short summary of the Normandy trip under the by line of "Margaret Turner"


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