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A Prayer for Westminster

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A Prayer for Westminster

Extremism Lord God,we pray today for our world,haunted by the spectre of extremism. We pray for our Intelligence services -those in the front line of monitoring suspicious activity,infiltrating terror cells,tracking suspects,thwarting plots,often at great risk to themselves.Wherever extremism rears its head,may moderation and justice prevail. We think of police,ambulance crews,fire servicesand hospital staff -those trained to deal with a terrorist incident,potentially having to cope with mass casualtiesin the event of an attack.Wherever extremism rears its head,may moderation and justice prevail. We think of the victims of terrorism -those who have been killed in atrocities;those who have been maimed,often suffering life-changing...

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Sponsored reading of Nicholas King's translation of the Bible

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Sponsored reading of Nicholas King's translation of the Bible

We are delighted to announce that Nicholas King's iconic translation of the Bible will be read in its entirety between November 30 and December 3. - a 'first' we think!

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Music Education Expo 2013: Day One: An Overview

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Music Education Expo 2013: Day One: An Overview

Having pored over the Arts Council website today to top up my Hub knowledge, I was reminded of one teacher's remark during the Q&A with MP Ed Vaizey on Wednesday about the provision of 'meaningless one year's tuition'.

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Why another recorder tutor?

Composers Education Events Music Products Sarah Watts

Why another recorder tutor?

This week Sarah Watts talks a bit about her latest recorder tutor, Ready Steady Recorder, while we take a look at what makes it different and why she launched it!

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Music Education Expo 2013: Day One: The rumble over Music Hubs

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Music Education Expo 2013: Day One: The rumble over Music Hubs

With my nose glued to an iPad for most of the day, I was nearly mown down by a (superb!) marching band but ushered swiftly out of the way by a kind member of staff!

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