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Dawn breaks with a full moon reflecting on the River Ouse and what's left of the floods.
Photo taken at 7.15 am on 30 November 2012
View from Pavenham Road, 1905. The stone barn to the right of Bank Top has been replaced with housing St Mary's church in the wintry mist.
Photograph taken by
Gordon Lang.
December 2012
Lest we forget
by Barry Welsh
The winning photograph in the Autumn Photo Competition December 2012

 Felmersham Church
The Floodlit West Front

Winter grazing mute swans near Brook Farm.
During the winter months the swans gather together in flocks. During the daytime they graze on selected fields returning to the safety of the water at night. A half eaten dead swan can be seen in the centre of the photo.
A dump truck drives through Radwell floods
Photograph taken by Michael Hunt
Pat Albon and Steve Stanford working on
Felmersham Church Bells.
28 December 2012
After two recent false alarms the PCC concluded it was time to replace all the fire sensors in Felmersham church. Winter frost, snow and ice
Felmersham Nature Reserve
Photograph by
Gordon Lang
James Thorndike landlord of the Six Ringers c1919 to 1936 standing next to his wife Maria and extended family, c1930. PC James Thorndike (second from left) on Royal protection duties in the Metropolitan Police, early C20. Photographs supplied by John Gilbert. On Sunday 3 February St Marys Church celebrated Candlemas. During the service Rosemary Drewery was made a Lay Assistant for the Benefice of Sharnbrook, Felmersham and Knotting with Souldrop. Rosemary (centre) is pictured with the Rev Tom (left) and Rev Robert (behind Rosemary) and the combined choirs of Felmersham and Sharnbrook. Snowdrops pushing their way through the winter snow. Felmersham churchyard.
Ouse Reflections
Photo by Gordon Lang
Felmersham Churchyard in Spring
Snowdrops, bluebells and daffodils are in bloom
The repaired wall is already blending with the old wall
Palm Sunday procession from the Village Hall to the Church. Commemorating Jesus' entry into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey. The Sun public house in Felmersham is "for sale" The notice states it is a "Public House with conversion potential".
"Come and have breakfast!"
 The Revd Tom Sander barbecues a fish outside St Marys Church to illustrate the text of his sermon
The first home has been delivered to Radwell Court,
a development of 11 new luxury park homes in Felmersham Road, Radwell.
An air ambulance lands on Debbie and Michael's lawn. The air ambulance was responding to an emergency call. Photo: Michael Gavin 25:4:13   Bluebells in the roadside spinney between
Felmersham and Pavenham

With this ring I thee wed...
Work has started on thatching the former Six Ringers public house. The Six Ringers public house, 1908-10
Mr and Mrs Frank Desborough with their son and dog
Baker's Lane
The bridleway between The Old Road and Bedfordia's private road.
Sheep and three lambs
at Radwell
The marriage of Lisa Higgs and Tony Beales took place on Saturday 8 June 2013 at St Mary's Church, Felmersham. The Revd. Thomas Sander officiated.
This year appears to be a good year for dandelions.
Photograph taken from the footpath between Radwell and Brook Farm
Barn Dance and Barbecue
St Mary's Church Bell Ringers held a Barn Dance on 22 June in a Barn on Village Farm. The dance was well attended and like the Village Fete was a very sociable occasion.

Village Fete and Dog Show 22 June 2013
A fine selection of vintage cars and a dog show were two of the main attractions for this year's Village Fete. The dog show was very well supported, and as the photograph shows, was very much a family occasion.

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