Ten Years of Pilgrimages to the War Graves and Battlefields of the Two World Wars

By  Dr. Philip Cleland

7.30 pm, Saturday August 2nd 2014, Huntington Church  

Dr. Cleland attending a Buckingham Palace Garden Party for servicemen and service women

Dr. Philip Cleland, the well known former doctor from Kington, has spent the last ten years as medical support to  the 'Remembrance Travel' section of The Royal British Legion and The Not Forgotten Association.  He has accompanied many groups of men and women to World War 1 and World War 2 Battlefields and Commonwealth War Graves.  They have been veterans, families and those who have been physically and mentally affected by recent conflicts. 

 Dr. Cleland will give an illustrated talk on the inspiring stories and events he has encountered.  This will be an evening not to be missed, which should leave us enlightened, amused and humbled. 

Huntington Church 7.30 pm Saturday 2nd August, 2014

Follow Up Press Release 

 

Orlando Jopling plays Bach Cello Suites Nos 1 in G major, 2 in D minor, 6 in D major

7 pm, Saturday 21st June 2014, Huntington Church

We are delighted that Orlando Jopling has agreed to include Huntington Church in his celebrated

‘Cello Pilgrimage’ 

Orlando Jopling has played the Bach Cello Suites in over 100 historic churches across the country to fulfill his long held dream of re-invigorating them as community gathering places and helping to keep each one in good repair for the next generation. 38-year old Orlando Jopling is a composer for theatre and television as well as a conductor for the Royal Philharmonic and English Chamber Orchestras. He studied under William Pleeth, Raphael Wallfisch and Steven Isserlis. Orlando has given recitals in Europe, the US and India, has played chamber music with leading British musicians and performed as part of the cello section of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

Huntington Church

7 pm, Saturday 21st June, 2014

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