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Anna Laycock
 Bold'z Brass Band - 2 March

On Saturday 2nd March, there will be a fantastic evening of brass music to suit every taste at St Nicholas Church in Kenilworth.

The evening is in aid of The Leprosy Mission and tickets cost £5 in advance, £6 on the door or £3 for students or under 16s. Refreshments will be served.

Tickets can be purchased from Mrs Heather Alford on 01926 858308 or from St Nicholas Church (High Street, Kenilworth, CV8 1LZ).

Ryan Finnegan

 2019 Lent Addresses

The role of religion in education continues to be a controversial topic. Should they be kept apart or should students have a working knowledge of something that informs the lives of a majority of people? The 2019 Lent Addresses at St Mary’s Warwick will explore issues relating to the place of faith in education.

They have invited a series of local speakers with expertise in this field to help them open up this important area of discussion. These include Bishop Christopher Cocksworth, Matt Western MP, and three headteachers Richard Nicholson, Mandy Roberts, Andy Perry and Alycia Timmis (Warwick School Chaplain). Full details on the flyer.

Ryan Finnegan
 Apocalypse Now? An Exploration of the Book of Revelation

The last book of the Bible and the most difficult - but with an inspiring message for our deeply troubled times. This five session course led by the Rev Canon Andrew Dow will be held at St Paul's Church, Leamington Spa on Wednesday evenings from 13 March.

See St Paul's website for more details or contact Jan Pringle to book your place by clicking the links below.

  Website:  stpaulsleamingtonspa.churchsuite.co.uk/events/8tnqkefb
  Email:      jan@stpl.org.uk