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About moirads

Clergy person, theatre and music lover, avid reader, foodie. Basically, I write about what I do, where I go and things I love (or hate).

Win a Wine Course

Win a wine course courtesy of The Private Hotel School The Private Hotel School – regarded as one of the country’s most sought-after hotel schools – is offering the chance to win a full-day wine course at its campuses in … Continue reading

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Thank you for your service

Note:  I have not previewed this movie so this is information, NOT a review. Here’s a movie at Cinema Nouveau Theatres many South African men of my generation will find  that they can relate to : ‘Thank you for your … Continue reading

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Week 2/52 Weeks of Worship: Gay Christian Community

  Date and time of service: 10 December 2017 at 17:30 Religion: Christian Denomination: Non-denominational Name of church: Gay Christian Community Name of service: Worship Leader of service: Reverend Corinne McClintock Liturgical importance:  Second Sunday in Advent Address: 194 Dale … Continue reading

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Week 1/52 St Michael and All Angels

  Date and time of service: 3 December 2017 at 09:30 Religion: Christian Denomination: Anglican Name of church: St Michael and All Angels Anglican Church Name of service: Family Mass Leader of service: Reverend Sue Waldron Liturgical importance:  First Sunday … Continue reading

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Monkey tales, Nicko by Penny Haw

I have a fairly strong preference for books set in South Africa, about South African things.  I was raised on an almost exclusive diet of British books and am so glad that young people today have so many local stories … Continue reading

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Wonder, a story of hope and triumph

Wonder is a children’s novel by R J Palacio, the pen name of Raquel Jaramillo.  It was originally published in 2012, but has been re-released in 2017 to coincide with the release of the movie of the same name based … Continue reading

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A kid calendar which might tempt adults to keep it

The Diary of a Wimpy Kid book written and illustrated by Jeff Kinney for young people in the later years of primary and the first year of high school has spawned a whole range of sequels and other products, one … Continue reading

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