Mothering Sunday and Dik and I plan to go to the Cathedral today. In front of the cathedral is a travelling statue (also known as the National monument against Violence and aggression) called the knife angel. I thought it appropriate to post this here today as the main victims of knife crime are young people, whose parents don’t always realise how dangerous a place this world can be for their children. If you would like to know more about it have a look:
Knife Angel – Wikipedia<en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knife_Angel>
On a practical note, I am still looking for someone who will take on collating the weekly notes for Sundays 2 and 9 April.
Dineke van den Bogerd
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