Newsletters & Blogs

  • June Newsletter – Mazes at the Mill

              Hello Everyone In May 2015 a second maze at the Mill was constructed using willow withies. The design was an adaption of a maze I found in a vicarage garden at the village of Wyck Rissington in the Cotswolds.  Unfortunately the maze there has since been removed and only a Continue Reading

  • May Newsletter – Boring Data Protection

              Hello Everyone Nothing is simple these days, and red tape is one of the more complex developments that is forever growing. You might have noticed the surge of emails recently requiring you to confirm your acceptance of news updates and adverts for particular products with firms that you have used Continue Reading

  • April 2018 – Trouble at Mill

              Trouble at Mill Hello Everyone There are times when I wonder if we are some of the lost sheep that have gone astray. Changing the metaphor – some people would go as  far as to say we are well and truly on the wrong path – the dark side. I Continue Reading

  • March 2018 – Standing on your own two feet

              Hello Everyone There are times when I know what the person I am talking with is thinking when it comes to the Mill. They look at you askance as you describe the counselling, the water wheel, the vegetables, the wood management and so on and so on.  They are summing Continue Reading

  • February Newsletter – Moon Struck

              Hello Everyone   Rather than a news type newsletter this month I thought I would answer a question that I am asked from time to time as to how  I equate being a priest and yet publish a monthly astrology article.  The answer is because although I am ordained I Continue Reading