Welcome to Canbury Pie: a slice of life, the brand new magazine for the North Kingston area. Canbury Pie is produced by Cornerstone Church, a diverse group of all kinds of people who meet at the Hub for lots of different things.
Christmas is nearly upon us. December is here. And that means, it's time for another seasonal poem. Enjoy!
There are some unusual words in this poem.
“Solstitial” comes from solstice. The winter solstice—the shortest day (and the longest night) of the year—falls on 21st December.
Black Friday is behind us.
The Christmas lights have been switched on.
The three bears have returned to the Bentall Centre.
The festive markets are trading.
The Rose Theatre has decided on its yearly show…
The first frost has been and gone. Winter is well on the way. And that means, it's time for the next installment in our poetry series, enjoy!
Falling, the leaves - and now falling, the rain.
When long fall the shadows laid by the low sun,
Falling, the mood of...
A few days ago we introduced our new series of blogs. Every month we'll be publishing a poem about...every month of the year!
However, we've also got some other poems which we'll post up from time to time. Here's another one written by Anne Woodcock complete with an introduction. Enjoy!...
Today, we're excited to bring you the first in a new series of blogs.
Our very own Anne Woodcock has written a poem about each month of the year.
Below is 'October'.
Be sure to check back next month for November!
Here are two of our regular students saying hi!
If you jump over onto our Students Page you’ll get an idea of exactly what we'll be doing this year.
On the Kingston Freshers' Facebook pages there’s a lot of excitement whirling around the upcoming club nights. If you want to get the best out of the week, you need to start planning now...
For instance, if you're hoping to attend the ‘The Big Icebreaker’ party you can't just rock...