ST Aidans Bamburgh
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The Parish Eucharist • at 11.00am (Common Worship, except regarding the first Sunday associated with the thirty days whenever Book of popular Prayer can be used)
Said Evening Prayer • at 5.15pm (BCP)
Holy Communion • at 10.00am (BCP)
Morning Prayer • at 8.45am
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Wednesday, 30 November: Communion at Abbeyfield
Bear in mind during December 2016 and January 2017:
Sunday, 4th 2.30 Welcome provider for Bishop of Berwick
Wednesday, 14th PCC conference at 4.30pm
Wednesday, 21st Communion at Abbeyfield
Xmas Eve 4.00pm Carols, Crib and Christingle Provider
CHRISTMAS TIME DAY 11.00am The Holy Eucharist
Looking the Past
Village Lifestyle during Great War
The Bamburgh Heritage Trust is currently studying life in Bamburgh Village to commemorate the 100th Anniversary for the very first World War. Having now gotten a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund we could just do it with some more in-depth study. Most
of us have experienced and even lots of people are related to the brands on War Memorial during the base of the Castle therefore the plaques and memorials in St Aidan's Church. Home elevators these men just who would not return is becoming more and more available on the websites such as the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Forces War reports and North East War Memorials.
One such name is familiar, W. J. Clark.
William Joseph Clark had been the son of George and Elizabeth Clark 1, Radcliffe Cottages, which went the marketplace yard. His obituary in Berwick advertiser April 1918 claims that personal
William Joseph Clark, Coldstream Guards, died on 15th Casualty Clearing Station on 14th April 1918 of injuries received for action. He had been accepted to hospital in January struggling with accidents gotten by he surge of a shell. He'd just been discharged from hospital along with experienced activity at under weekly as he got his fatal wound. Whenever only 17 this brave chap had endeavoured to get, but ended up being rejected, so he left their father whom he'd assisted available in the market garden to acquire employment in Clark Chapman's munitions factory in Gateshead. He joined up with the tints on 26th December 1916. He'd a course of training at Windsor and arrived in France in Oct 1917. Will was in medical center when he attained their majority in March 1918. He's buried at Ebblingham Military Cemetery, France and it is commemorated from the Bellringers' Roll of Honour in St Aidan's Church.
One name which is not in the memorial is Mark Nutman. Mark was born in Bamburgh in 1894 and lived-in Radcliffe Cottages. Ahead of the war he worked for Mr Dixon of Wynding House along with his stated career on his 'war papers' had been a farmer. He joined up with the Royal Field Artillery as a horseman serving in the Somme. Gunner Mark Nutman: RFA 120831 and ended up being offered the army Medal for Bravery, inscribed C. 110/BDE.RFA, and has also been presented with a further 2 medals. He was demobilised on 13Brigade RFA. On showing up house in Bamburgh he was served with a gold view inscribed :
"provided by his Bamburgh pals to record their courageous and gallant conduct into the European War". Then worked as a groom in Newcastle after that gone back to work at Glororum Farm in which he taken care of the carthorses and labored on the farm. Mark passed away in 1969.
While Bamburgh had rallied into call and several men volunteered, it's obvious that town life continued, adapting into requirements for the war energy in various methods. Law and order ended up being strictly maintained as well as the Alnwick Gazette 14
'The Rule associated with Road needs to be Obeyed'
"Twelve troops, privates in the Northern Cyclists' Battalion, stationed at Bamburgh had been each summoned for riding a bike without a light on the highway near to
Bamburgh between 24th Feb and 14th March at differing times". The defendants were called and had been rebuked by the Chairman they must observe the guidelines for the road. The Magistrate is lenient this time and every was fined 2s 6d."don't I want to see you again" The fines were compensated.
The archives at Woodhorn Museum have a wealth of information sufficient reason for plenty communities in addition looking at their particular past, the staff are well willing to help. Trawling through straight back editions of neighborhood reports is an interesting but tiresome job, (the majority are on microfilm) as each page should be scrutinised for not just reports of neighborhood soldiers but also for treasures of information such as was reported in April 1915 that: "Most of the houses in Bamburgh are offered with liquid closets. Exceptions had been Victoria and Southern Victoria Terrace where the privy ash gap system may be out of harmony with the property. Immediate enhancement works were recommend." Later reports stated that improvements had nonetheless not already been implemented.
I am hoping after almost a century the situation was treated!