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My uncle lives with dementia in a care home in the north west of England.
I last wrote for the newsletter in June when lockdown was easing and we were planning to re-open some Connection services back at Adelaide Street.
We are told that we live in an age where inequality is increasing, that the wealthiest are becoming ever wealthier and the poorer ever poorer.
We all need moments of hope in these difficult times and I would like to share one of those moments with you.
I grew up believing that imagination belonged to children and artists.
One of oddities I recently found in my local second-hand bookshop was “Misery and Misfortune: Sudden Deaths in Suffolk 1800 – 1850”.
This isn’t the story we thought we were in.
I’ve been vicar of St Martin’s for eight years but I still find myself baffled by homelessness.
During lockdown I subscribed to an online course. The theme was ageing wisely. The main thing I learned was that I should be old enough and wise enough not to waste my money on such things!