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A Guide to St Margarets Church

The Parish Church of St Margaret Rottingdean - A Guide

by Maureen Blakey

 

About the Author - Maureen Blakey

It was early in 1983 I began to worship at St Margaret’s Church.  I was confirmed on April 8th 1984.   As time went by I became involved with the church in many ways.  I was a flower arranger for 25 years.  I also clean the church brass.  I am one of a team who ‘welcome’ on a Sunday morning at the 9.30am Eucharist; I find this a great pleasure.  I also serve on the PCC.  To be part of church affairs and its future for me is a great privilege.

Having travelled widely as an ‘Army wife’, I had 21 homes in 19 years – to finally settle here in the village, I can say to St Margaret’s Church and Rottingdean – this is home, I am truly blessed.

As a point of interest St Margaret’s was one of the first churches to have electricity.

Acknowledgements

My grateful thanks to Fr Martin Morgan for his confidence and support.

To Chris Stringer and Carl Nye, my thanks to you both for your patience and help in the technology and compilation.

To Michael Nye for his watercolour, my special thanks for helping to make this presentation unique.

My husband Geoff, I thank you for all your help and many cups of tea and coffee!

 


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Webpage icon 1. History St Margaret of Antioch
Webpage icon 2. History of The Church
Webpage icon 3. History of the Church continued
Webpage icon 4. A Guide to the Church Windows
Webpage icon 5. A Guide to the Inside the Church
Webpage icon 6. A Guide to the Churchyard
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