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Issue Number: 214  July   1892

The Choral Festival at Coleford, on June 30, was a highly successful and enjoyable service, the musical portion being well rendered by a large body of voices from Berry Hill, Bream, Clearwell, Coleford, Newland-with-Redbrook, and Lydbrook choirs. The Rev. A. N. Scott was conductor, and the Rev. W.G. Baillie, Vicar of Newnham, preached an appropriate sermon.

S. James' Day falling on Monday, July 25, the Anniversary of the Parish Church will be held on Sunday, the 24th. There will be special sermons, and collections made towards defraying the debt on the Vestry.

Owing to the slackness of trade and the election in the month of July, the proposed sale of work will take place towards the end of August. Contributions of any kind will be thankfully received.

The Bishop of the Diocese intends holding a Confirmation at Bream during September. The exact date is not yet fixed. Candidates for the Holy Rite are desired to inform the Clergy.

The names of Messrs. S.B. Jenkins, C.S. Jones, G.F. Peters, and G. Taylor, have been added to the Committee of the Flower Show. Exhibitors are requested to notice the following alterations :-
In the Garden Produce, tickets 1s. each, 18 onions (spring sown), are to be shown instead of 24, and gooseberries not less than three sorts of one dozen each.
In other Produce, tickets 6d. Each, no prize is offered for the best design in flowers, grass &c., as there is no competition. The collection of cut Dahlias must consist of not less than six sorts. Prizes are offered for the best collections of Pinks and Carnations.

Bream Flower Show Ad (33k)


June 8, Thomas Reginald, son of George Thomas and Frances Ellen Batten, Bream, bootmaker.
June 10, Graham Bernard and Evelyn Maude, children of Hubert Henry and Ester Elizabeth Morse, Yorkley Wood, miller.
June 29, Kate Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Theodore and Maria Elizabeth Shingles, Bream's Woodside, collier.
June 29, Louisa, daughter of Thomas Zacchaeus and Anna Maria Preest, Bream's Eaves, collier.


June 8, Elizabeth Dobbs, Saunders Green, 78.
June 26, Elizabeth Ann Plowman, Mill Hill, 33

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