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Live Nativity 2019

Now becoming a regular feature of the Priory’s Advent and Christmas is the Live Nativity, where the Christmas story is narrated within the the Priory’s precincts and building. The young actors this year were pupils of the nearby Boyle and Petyt School, and they were joined by local cattle, sheep, goats and of course donkey. […]

Dominic Grieve to give next St Cuthbert Lecture

The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC, until the recent dissolution of Parliament the MP for Beaconsfield, a former Attorney General, and currently standing as an Independent candidate for that constituency, will be our speaker at the next St Cuthbert Lecture on 22nd March 2020 at 15:00. Dominic Grieve was elected as MP for Beaconsfield in 1997, […]

Rory Theakston’s Christening

The christening of Rory Theakston, son of William and Hannah Theakston, took place at Bolton Priory on the feast of St Michael and All Angels on Sunday 29th September. The reading was from Matthew 28: 16 – end and prayers were offered that God and his ministering angels may watch over Rory and his family. [Photos […]

November 2019 Magazine

The November 2019 edition of the magazine is now online, and can be found here. It contains accounts of ‘A Night at the Theatre’ and the Harvest Lunch, and has advance warning of Advent and Christmas dates for the diary.

‘A Night at the Theatre’ a sell-out.

A hugely successful concert billed ‘A Night at the Theatre’ was held recently in the Priory. Headlined by professional soprano Elizabeth Frankland and interspersed by the voices of Belle Canto, it was attended by a packed audience including our resident bat.  Elizabeth’s petite stature belied her soaring voice and her opener , ‘I Could Have Danced […]

Evensong with Aysgarth School Choir

Last Sunday, September 29th, the the boys of Aysgarth School choir brought their youthful voices to complement the liturgy of our Choral evensong. They, their Director of Music, their organist and trumpeter are to be congratulated on the quality of their music, particularly as they had not had very long since the start of term […]