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The Obelisk

A Killiney Newsletter

March/April 2015

Vol. 4 Issue 3

www.htkilliney.dublin.anglican.org
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Whos Who in Holy Trinity Parish


CHURCHWARDENS
Rectors - Peter Hayes
Peoples - Roslyn Christie

RECTOR
Revd Niall J. Sloane
Holy Trinity Rectory,
Killiney Road,
Co. Dublin.
Telephone: 01 285 2695
Email: rector.htkilliney@dublin.anglican.org
Day Off: Friday

JUNIOR CHURCHWARDENS
To be appointed
Rectors - Alleyn Manley

GLEBEWARDENS
Peoples - Paul OBrien

SELECT VESTRY
Rector; Churchwardens; Glebewardens; Anne
Pierpoint; Bryan Burdett; Chris Hurley; Clive
Christie; Helen Irwin; Helen Middleton; Lewis Purser;
Sandra Moore; Simon Brown; Stefanie OBrien;
Stephen Rhys-Thomas; Zandra Laing

LAY READER
Nigel Pierpoint
LAY READER EMERITUS
Ruth Heard
CARRY CENTRE BOOKINGS
Sandra Moore, 087 6291568

HON. SECRETARY
Clive Christie

PARISH PANEL
Rector, Hazel Kinmonth, Sandra Moore, Nigel Teggin

HON. TREASURER
Chris Hurley

ORGANIST
Frank Hughes, 2042737

ASSISTANT HON. TREASURER


Helen Middleton

CARETAKER
Nicholas Wall

HON. F.W.O RECORDER


Helen Middleton

READERS GUILD
Zandra Laing

PAROCHIAL NOMINATORS
Clive Christie
Zandra Laing
Paul OBrien
Helen Irwin

INTERCESSORS GUILD
The Rector
CHURCH REVIEW
Marianne Irvine

DIOCESAN SYNODSPEOPLE
David Millar Lewis Purser June Hurley

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MAGAZINE TEAM - Would you like to Help? Speak to the Rector


Rector (Editorial), Zandra Laing (Co-ordinator), Dorothy Barrett (Distribution), David & Jaqui
Dingemans & Rosemary Teggin (Photos), Joan Millar (Advertising), Reads, Sandyford (Production)

The Sep/ Oct edition of The Obelisk will appear at the beginning of September.
Deadline for submissions is 15th August. There is no newsletter for July/August.
Cover Image: Fete Snail Race Art competition won by Emily Hall, 5th Class, G.K.N.S.
Judged by Brett McEntagart, RHA
Holy Trinity Parish Office, Killiney Road, Killiney, Co. Dublin
Tel: 01 2852695 Email: rector.htkilliney@dublin.anglican.org
Website: www.htkilliney.dublin.anglican.org
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From the Rector

Dear Parishioners,
Sunday Club
The Sunday Club are preparing for their end of year party (see below). At this
point in the year I want to pay tribute to the dedicated team of leaders (under
the wonderful guidance of Vanessa Mitchell) who organise and lead this unique
and important ministry with the Children of our parish. It is greatly appreciated
thank you!
Congratulations
To Rebecca Hayes and Daniel Stanford who recently got engaged
To Ian and Nadine Hall on their recent marriage
To John & Lynda OKeefe on their recent marriage
To Colin & Svenja Hayes on their recent marriage
The Trinity Tester
In the run-up to the Parish Fete, the Rector has drawn up the Trinity Tester,
answer 18 questions correctly and be in with a chance to win A Midweek VIP
Experience for two people at the Wineport Lodge Hotel, Glasson, Co.
Westmeath (One night in a Deluxe Room, lazy breakfast in bed. Includes some
chocolate dipped strawberries & a half bottle of bubbly in you room on arrival!). Cost
of test sheet 2 and all proceeds go towards parish funds. Have a go in the
imitable words of Mrs Doyle, ah go on, go on, go on!
With every good wish,

RECTORS SURGERY - Every Tuesday 7-8 pm, Holy Trinity Rectory


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Green Fingers

My favourite flowers at this time of year are the primrose and polyanthus but
particularly the primrose. The primrose has many varying forms and has been a
popular garden flower for very many centuries. The primrose is related to the
cowslip. When I was growing up, there was a large field next to our house & I
well remember it taking on a yellow hue as it was covered in wild cowslips April
& May.. The cowslip is well documented for its medicinal properties & for its
part in the creation of the Polyanthus. The Polyanthus is on a thick stem with
many flowers and the primrose has individual stems with a single flower. I plant
my primroses at the end of September & regularly dead head them and my
reward is constant flowering until May. My favourite colours are the bright red,
pale blues and apricot. Some of the yellow flowers have a delicate perfume.

Marianne Irvine

10 DAY HOLY LAND TOUR 2015


Led by the Revds Dr William Olhausen and William Bennett
24th OctoberNovember 2nd
Interested in finding out more? Contact William Olhausen at wolhausen@gmail.com
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News from the Select Vestry

Easter General Vestry


The Easter General Vestry was held in the Carry Centre on Sunday 22nd March
following morning service. Apart from the presentation of the annual accounts
and Rectors report, the following were appointed:
Churchwardens

Rectors: Peter Hayes

Peoples: Roslyn Christie

Glebewardens

Rectors: Alleyn Manley

Peoples: Paul OBrien

Select Vestry
Anne Pierpoint; Bryan Burdett; Chris Hurley; Clive Christie;
Helen Irwin; Helen Middleton; Lewis Purser; Sandra Moore; Simon Brown;
Stefanie OBrien; Stephen Rhys-Thomas; Zandra Laing
The Vestry will meet at 8.00pm in the Carry Centre on Monday 25th May.

For more information and bookings please visit


www.carrycentre.ie

WoolIf anyone has any spare wool, Sheep Thrills would be delighted to pick
it up for use for our Thursday sessions. Contact Joan @ 087 2460078

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Eco Congregation Ireland
Information leaflets are available in the Church and Hall.
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Youth & Children

OUR PARISH SCHOOL - End of Year!


Our parish school is preparing to enter its final term of the current academic
year. Term finishes with the annual leavers service in St Matthias Church,
Killiney on Friday 26th June.
Following the service school closes for the Summer and re-opens on T h u r s d a y
27th August.
We hope the staff and students have a wonderful Summer break!
Sunday Club
The final gathering (the annual
Sunday Club Party) of the
current academic year will be on
Sunday 17th May in the Carry
Centre. Please note comments
from the Rector (page 3).

Spirit Skoda, the New Home for


Skoda in South Dublin
Tel:01-2163666
Sandyford,
Co Dublin

Diocesan Synod 2014

A day in the life Killiney Stores

Before the evolution of supermarkets shops like this were dotted all over
the area but over the years most have gone or have been expanded into
symbol group stores such as Spar or Centra.
A corner shop now is a rare thing as they have been squeezed out by
modern demands for shops that can carry thousands of lines and offer deli
counters and off licences all in the one store. The days of people buying
the bulk of their groceries in an independent small shop are gone but the
need for a last minute carton of milk, an ice-cream on a hot day or
firelighters on a cold one means trade can continue in Killiney village.
There really is something a bit special about Killiney village: the sense of
community here is fantastic, as shown recently by the photographic
exhibition that took place in the Druids Chair and the Residents
Association who volunteer to clean up the area and entre the Tidy Towns
Competition.
In any one day I can have people I've never seen before, customers who
come in every day, four generations of the one family at different times
for different things, people you only see in the Summer and very often,
people who arent buying anything but just need directions or to see if the
59 bus is due or if a parcel has been left into the shop when the werent
home.

Michael Clarke
Hospital Visiting
The Rector would appreciate being told if parishioners are in hospital or
going into hospital, and will be pleased to offer pastoral support.
A selection of prayers is available from him or in Church.
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Clubs and Societies

Table Tennis
The table tennis club meets every Monday at 8pm in the Carry Centre. If you
are interested in trying out table tennis, you would be very welcome (and we will
even lend you a bat!). For more information contact Linda Franck (086
8296029). The A.G.M. takes place on 22nd May.

Sheep Thrills
Made in Ireland

Every Thursday at 11am in the Carry Centre.


Our community based textile group continues with great enthusiasm and with
lots of new ideas already put into operation. Sheep Thrills products will be sold
locally and given to selected charities for the homeless both at home and
abroad. So anyone interested please contact Joan @ 0872460078. Admission
3-5.
Parish Clubs and Societies meet in the Carry Centre
(with the exception of the Choir & Flower Guild which meet in the Church)
Sunday Club
3rd Sunday monthly 10.45 am
Vanessa Mitchell
ENGAGE (Youth Club)
Saturday afternoons by arrangement
The Rector
Bible Study Group
4th Tuesday monthly 10.30 am
The Rector
Choir
Sundays 9.30 am
Frank Hughes
Flower Guild
By arrangement
Daphne Hall
KWD (Diners Club)
Thursday evenings by arrangement
Zandra Laing
Ladies Guild
2nd Tuesday monthly 10.30 am
Rosemary Teggin
SILK - Socials Involving Ladies of Killiney 3rd Wednesday monthly 8.00 pm
Judy Jones
The Y Club (Mens Society) 4th Thursday monthly 8.00 pm
Nigel Pierpoint
Service & Social Group
By arrangement
Joan Whyte
Sheep Thrills (Textile Group) Thursday Mornings 11.00am
Joan Millar
Table Tennis
Monday 8.00 pm
Linda Franck
Notice boards for some of the organisations are located in the Carry Centre

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Clubs and Societies

Ladies Guild
At their April meeting the Ladies Guild was address by David Dingemans on
Geology.
The A.G.M. of the Guild will be held on Tuesday 12th May at 10.30 am in the
Carry Centre. All welcome.
Service & Social
The next gathering will be on Sunday 24th May at 3pm. Please contact Joan
Whyte or the Rector for more information.
Killiney Diners Club The KWDs
The next gathering has yet to be confirmed. Further expressions of interest or
queries may be addressed to Zandra Laing or the Rector.
The Y Club (Killiney Mens Society) - Saturday May 23rd
A Day trip to the North Cost of Ireland is being organized. All Gentleman are
very to attend. More information from Paul OBrien, Nigel Pierpoint or the
Rector.
Socials Involving Ladies of Killiney
The next gathering will be a Dinner in the National Yacht Club, Dun Laoghaire
on Wednesday 20th May. For more information please contact Judy Jones 2855159
Bible Study and Prayer Group
The next Bible Study on Tuesday 26th May at 10.30am in the Carry Centre. All
are very welcome to attend. Further expressions of interest may be addressed
to the Rector.
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Wish List

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Diary Dates & Parish News

May 2015
1 GKNS closes for break
1-4 Bank Holiday Weekend
5 GKNS reopens
7-9 General Synod
10 Christian Aid Sunday
Christian Aid Tea
12 Ladies Guild AGM
14 Ascension Day
16 Fundraiser: Parish Fete
17 Sunday Club Party
19 Ladies Guild Outing (TBC)
20 SILK
22 Table Tennis A.G.M.
23 Y Club
24 Pentecost
Service at Old Killiney Church
Service & Social Group
25 Select Vestry
26 Bible Study Group
29 GKNS closes for break
31 Trinity Sunday: Patronal Festival
Guest Preacher: The Most Revd Dr Robin
Eames, Sometime Primate of All Ireland

Parish Clean Up
Many thanks to all who assisted at this
recent event.

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June 2015
29/5-1 Bank Holiday Weekend
2
GKNS reopens
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St Columbas Day
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Fathers Day
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Select Vestry
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GKNS end of year service
St Matthias Church
GKNS Closes for Summer

Young Families Event


In March the Select Vestry hosted a
lunch for the Young families of the
parish. It was a fantastic event and
highlighted to all present the sense
of community Holy Trinity is
working and praying for.

Calendar for May


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Sunday
5th Sunday of Easter
Acts 8: 26-40
1 John 4: 7-21

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Parish Communion
Ishbel Lee
Libby McElroy
The Rector

Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
6th Sunday of Easter
Christian Aid Sunday
Acts 10: 44-48
John 15: 9-17

8.30
10.45

Holy Communion
Family Service

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Ascension Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
7th Sunday of Easter
Acts 1:15-17, 21-26
1 John 5:9-13

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Parish Communion*
Stephen Franck
Sylvia Hurley
Stephen Rhys Thomas

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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
Pentecost/Whit Sunday

8.30
10.30
15.00

Holy Communion
Open Air Service
Service and Social

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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Trinity Sunday
Patronal Festival
Isaiah 6: 1-8
Romans 8: 12-17

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Parish Communion
Linde Hall
Clive Christie
Henry Irvine

Reader
Reader

Churchwardens/Baptismal Party
Churchwardens/Baptismal Party

READINGS ARE FROM YEAR B OF THE REVISED COMMON LECTIONARY (NRSV)


CHILDRENS PACKS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE BACK OF THE CHURCH.
* SUNDAY CLUB MEET IN THE CARRY CENTRE.
Coeliac? Communicants who are Coeliac, please inform the Rector or a
Churchwarden and gluten-free bread can be arranged.
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Calendar for June


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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

Sunday
1st Sunday after Trinity (5)
Genesis 3: 8-15
2 Corinthians 4: 13 - 5: 1

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Parish Communion
David Millar
Hilary Murdoch
The Rector

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Thursday St Barnabas obs

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
2nd Sunday after Trinity (6)
1 Samuel 15: 34 - 16: 13
Mark 4: 26-34

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader

Holy Communion
Family Service
Roger Hurley
Stefanie OBrien

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Thursday

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
3rd Sunday after Trinity (7)
Job 38: 1-11
2 Corinthians 6: 1-13

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader
Intercessor

Holy Communion
Parish Communion
Baptismal Party
Baptismal Party
Joan Whyte

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Thursday
Birth of St John the Baptist obs

10.30

Holy Communion

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Sunday
4th Sunday after Trinity (8)
2 Samuel 1: 1, 17-27
Mark 5: 21-43

8.30
10.45
Reader
Reader

Holy Communion
Family Service
Sunday Club
Sunday Club

READERS: If you cannot read on the appointed day please arrange a swap
with someone else and let the Churchwardens know.

Why the different colours?


Liturgical colours are those specific colours which are used for vestments and
hangings within the context of Christian liturgy.
Gold: Easter Day, Christmas Day & Trinity Sunday
White: Feast Days / Saints Days / Maundy Thursday / Eastertide
Purple: Lent & Advent
Red: Pentecost / Saints Days (Martyred) / Holy Week
Green: Ordinary Time
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Early motoring memories

As a young child I can remember getting a present of a book in the Ladybird


series How it works - The Car. I read the book from cover to cover many
times. This book sparked my interest in cars. My father had what was
considered family cars in the 1950s; Ford Anglia, Standard 10 and a Fiat 1100.
We never ventured far in these cars due to their poor reliability, although I do
remember a holiday in Bangor in Northern Ireland in the Standard 10.
My first real motoring adventure was in 1960 when my Grandfather had just
bought a new Morris Oxford. We set off for our summer holidays in Torquay in
the south of England with my Grandparents via Rosslare, Fishguard, Gloucester,
Bristol and Exeter.
In 1960 there were no car ferries, motorways, speed limits and no Severn
Bridge. Rosslare bears very little resemblance now to what it was in 1960. The
boat was moored alongside a narrow quay. The quay was joined to the mainland
by a wooden bridge on which a steam train took passengers and our Morris
Oxford to the boat. The car was lifted onto the boat in a net and lowered into
the cargo hold.
From Fishguard to Torquay I sat on the armrest of the front bench seat in the
car with one eye on the road and the other on the speedometer. When my
Grandfather drove he never spared the horses, the speedometer regularly
showed 90 M.P.H. on single carriage country roads.
After two weeks touring around Devon we returned home to Dublin via
Holyhead. This adventure started my interest in cars and the motor business.

Trevor Jones

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Holy Week and Easter

The Bishop of Meath and Kildare, the Most Revd Pat Storey, led a series of talks
in three of the five local churches churches during Holy Week. The series began
on Tuesday night in St Pauls Church in Glenageary and continued on Tuesday in
St Matthias Church in KillineyBallybrack on Wednesday before concluding on
Maundy Thursday in Holy Trinity, Killiney.
On Monday night we were in Dalkey (where we were joined by the Wicklow
Gospel Choir) and on Good Friday we were in Christ Church, Dun Laoghaire.
The liturgies were inspiring and it was great to be able to worship together
during this solemn week of the year. Thank you to those who supported the
retiring collection for the Dining Room, Dun Laoghaire (over 1,000 collected).
Easter Sunday events began with the Sonrise service on Killiney Hill and
concluded with a festive reception in the Carry Centre after the Parish
Communion.
Many thanks to the choir, flower arrangers and caterers who made the day very
special!

The Archbishop, Bishop of Meath and local clergy


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SugarPain or pleasure?

As someone that spent my working life in the food industry selling both 'health
foods', vitamin supplements, processed foods and sweets, this is an interesting
question. Fifty years ago an older lady from Dalkey told me that sugar most
definitely was poison and now the people in the know seem to be moving
towards that point of view. Excess sugar is said to cause diabetes and contributes
towards obesity. A sugar rush will give you a quick burst of energy but
unfortunately that is short lived. Sugar provides a feel good factor but leaves us
craving more sweetness. This is something about which food manufacturers are
very aware. The thing is that we need to educate ourselves about the places
where sugar hides. Look at the list of ingredients on, let's say, a perceived
healthy muesli. Is sugar the first thing listed? Or the second? Then look at the
percentage of sugar in the suggested serving quantity. You may be very
surprised!
Obviously sugar makes food more palatable, so of course manufacturers will feel
the need to use it and because the product has some healthy ingredients we are
led to believe that it's good for our health. Both fat and sugar can improve the
taste of food but beware, often when a product is labelled 'LOW FAT' it is then
high in sugar. Sugar of the right sort is very necessary for our energy levels and
enjoyment of life. They say that the best place to find this is in fresh fruit. It's all
very confusing. The only way to be sure that we are not taking too much sugar is
to avoid too much processed foods and read the labels carefully when shopping.
Not easy when you are peering through your reading glasses and then falling
over the shopping basket because said glasses were still on your nose. 'A little of
what you fancy does you good' my granny used to say. That lets us all off the
hook a bit, especially as right now I am heading for the cupboard where I keep
my chocolate stash!

Ken Peare
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The Obelisk
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Parish News & Forthcoming Events

Patronal Festival Sunday 31st May: The Annual Patronal Festival a special
Parish Communion will take place in Holy Trinity on Trinity Sunday at 10.45am.
Preacher: The Rt Revd & Rt Hon Robin Eames, sometime Archbishop of
Armagh. A special lunch is available afterwards in Killiney Golf Club (subject to
numbers). Cost 25 pp. (Please book places with a Churchwarden or the Rector)
Christian Aid: Christian Aid Sunday is on 10th May. A themed service will be
held in Holy Trinity at 10.45am. We will welcome a guest speaker from
Christian Aid Ireland. There will be a special reception for all in the Carry
Centre afterwards. Donations for Christian Aid welcome!
Ascension Thursday - 14th May: A celebration of Holy Communion in Holy
Trinity at 10.30am, followed by Bacon butties and refreshments afterwards.
General Synod: The Rector shall be in Armagh for the General Synod from
Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th May.
Pentecost Service Sunday 24th May: On the feast of Pentecost, we are
planning to join the clergy & parishioners of St Matthias, Ballybrack for a festive
Holy Communion in the Old Church of Killiney on Marino Ave. The service
begins at 10.30am. All welcome.
Summer in Holy Trinity: It is planned to have the Church open daily
(Monday to Saturday 2-4pm) for July & August, if you are interested in
volunteering with this, please speak with the Rector or put your name on the
sign-up sheet in Church.
World Day of Prayer: This years service was held on Friday 6th March.
We thank all those involved in the preparation for the event, in particular Ishbel
Lee who co-ordinated things for Holy Trinity.
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Childrens Corner

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Around the Home


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Around the Community


DLRCOCO NOTICES: WEEE Recycling Dates
Members of the public will be able to dispose of unwanted electrical appliances
for recycling at the following locations, on the dates listed below. Any item with
a plug or battery will be accepted. Each FREE event takes place from 10 am 4
pm on Saturdays.
09/05/2015 Stillorgan
Stillorgan Village Overflow Car Park
16/05/2015 Shanganagh
Shanganagh Park Car Park
See www.dlrevetns.ie for more information
WATER METERS
Killiney residents may have noticed that a number of houses in the locality have
had water meters installed in recent weeks. For more information visit
www.water.ie
KILLINEY HILL BLOG
www.killineyhill.wordpress.comHistory, News, Views and more.

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Pack your bag to Mont Blanc

About three years ago I asked my son, who was on Transition Year, would he be interested
in coming on a walking holiday which would combine climbing Mont Blanc and to my
surprise he said would join myself and a number of my hillwalking friends.
Mont Blanc is 4,810 meters high and is situated close to the French town of Chamonix.
Because of the altitude a degree of acclimatisation is necessary and with this in mind we
spent three of four days walking in the general Chamonix vicinity often taking cable cars up
high and walking on glaciers. Combined with this was a bit rock climbing technique and also
ice climbing should the need to extract yourself from a crevasse be necessary.
To climb Mont Blanc effectively takes two days as you need to be in position at 2am to
ensure that you get to the top in good time. With this in mind you set off the previous day
taking the Mont Blanc railway to its terminus and then a three hour walk to a refuge for
lunch. This is then followed by a further three hour scramble up quite an exposed face
which given my fear of heights, or possibly more my fear of falling I found to be too much
and at this point I had to return leaving Sam in the capable hands of a couple of my friends
and two French mountain guides. After that three hour scramble you bed down for a quick
sleep in the goter. At the time this was a pretty run down refuge, it has now been replaced
by a magnificent aluminum one with and there could be anything up to 100 people sleeping
on beds, tables and the floor.
After a somewhat interrupted sleep, they set off for the top of Mount Blanc at 2am in total
darkness with head torches. It is five hours to the top and so you arrive at 7am with the sun
rising over the Alps a stunning spectacle. It is also bitterly cold, that morning dropping to
about 20, the water bottles being completely frozen. After a few pictures and time to
admire the view, it is then time to walk back down the eight hours to the railway where I
met some extremely tired and ashen faced walkers. They were exhausted but delighted
with their efforts. Sam still talks about it and he forged a tremendous friendship with Denis,
his guide. He has memories that will live with him forever.

David Bewley
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Parish Information
Flower Rota
May

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10
17
24
31

Yvonne Gill
Joan Millar
Wendy Airey
Susannagh Grogan
Gillian Mollard

June

7
14
21
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Pamela Taylor
Meg Jackson
Marianne Irvine
Zandra Laing

The Parish Panels (Safeguarding Trust) Responsibilities include:


- interviewing persons willing to serve as workers in the parish
- advising workers on their responsibilities in respect of the Code
- advising the Select Vestry in respect of its responsibilities
The Parish Panel Members are:
The Revd N.J. Sloane (Rector) Nigel Teggin Sandra Moore Hazel Kinmonth
Organising your wedding
Weddings are very special occasions in the life of any family and in the life of the church.
When considering getting married please check possible dates with the Rector before
confirming arrangements. It is expected that couples will make a regular commitment to
the life of the church in preparation for marriage.
Diocesan Employment Bureau
Situated in Taney Parish Centre, it is our hope that it will be of help to many
who find themselves without work for a variety of reasons. Full details from
the Rector.

The Parish Registers


Funeral

Blessed are the dead who die in the name of the Lord

12th March (in Holy Trinity) Derek Fitzgerald


1st April (in Holy Trinity) Florence Margaret Hickson
Our sympathy and prayers are with all those who have been bereaved
remembering especially:
June, Tracey, Karen and their families on the death of Derek.
Hilary and Michael Murdoch on the death of her mother
Hazel and John Wynne on the death of her sister-in-law
Alan and Angela Walsh on the death of her mother.
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Picture Gallery

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