Cyril Lee is the vicar and he is still struggling with his wayward parishioners who don't seem to want to go to Church. He talks about the word Church-going and says that actually it encompasses the delights of walking to and from Church and taking advantage of the peace and quiet that offers.
The court rolls have been deposited at the Public record Office, and the vicar is thinking of reproducing the parish records as a booklet to raise funds.the weather cock fell down off the spire, the coronation has been celebrated in the Parish. The vicar gives extracts from the Constables Accounts in which Gypsies were called Egyptians so in the Constables Accounts we have Item for fetching the Egiptians from Bridgnorth to Worfield. Another item is 32/- spent for bringing the Egiptians to Shrewsbury. The vicar comments that there must have been quite an encampment in Worfield. Cyril Lee goes round the farms at harvest helping out. This is his holiday. the Rev Evans has died and there are tributes to him, charles Harley also died. Worfield Nursing Association is to continue in spite of attempts to include it in other parishes. A list of the evening classes is given and the events at the Recreation Room.
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