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  1. ditto

    (Posted on 2017-05-07 10:38:00 by Dave Butler)
  2. Looking at organ details and history

    (Posted on 2017-05-07 12:40:00 by Dave Butler)
  3. The Church of my childhood. My father, Jack Wix ,was a churchwarden here for many years. My brother's grave is here - and my parents' ashes are here too.
    I'm currently researching the story of Robert, the 8th Lord Petre, who designed the church.
    All best wishes and greetings from New York.
    Elizabeth Wix Schmid

    (Posted on 2017-01-12 14:58:00 by biffwix)
  4. I am always keen to see what is happening in my old home

    (Posted on 2016-08-03 02:56:00 by exchoirboy)
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    (Posted on 2016-07-24 17:41:00 by Billy Waugh)
  6. Just looking as I have a relative buried in churchyard

    (Posted on 2016-04-03 05:23:00 by John Brown)
  7. Miss Boardman was our choirmistress. she encouraged a love of music in me.

    (Posted on 2016-02-28 08:33:00 by David Butler)
  8. Just checking in. We are an Australian family that have recently moved into the area. Looking forward to attending a service soon.

    (Posted on 2015-11-06 14:11:00 by Tania Clarke)
  9. Like your website Corinthia Hotel London

    (Posted on 2015-09-20 15:55:00 by Corinthia)
  10. In Loving memory of Beatrice Mary Boardman, School Teacher ar Brentwood Preparatory School, and Organist at St. Nicholas Church, Ingrave.
    She was born at Salmonds Farm,adjacent to the church,

    (Posted on 2015-09-03 17:50:00 by andrewcluer)
  11. My family have used this church for many many years.
    Almost every record in my family tree shows links to this church.
    Never before have I seen such a strong family connection to one speficic building.

    (Posted on 2015-08-10 14:37:00 by Alison-Louise Mathews)
  12. My sister is buried in your church yard would it be possible to have my ashes intered with her please ( Connie Whipps 1970/71)
    Gerry Whipps

    (Posted on 2015-08-06 08:58:00 by Mrs C Whipps)
  13. hi i would like to arrange my sons chritening.. my self and my daughter were baptised with you.

    (Posted on 2015-02-12 12:13:00 by alaine albert)
  14. I attended Ingrave primary 1944-49 and was a choirboy at the church until 1953 when I moved to Australia, Rev Roberts was the rector I still have a Book of Common Prayer awarded to me at the school by Rev Roberts

    (Posted on 2014-12-31 22:27:00 by David Butler)
  15. Lived in Ingrave since the age of 2 till I married in 1971 at St Nicholas church.

    (Posted on 2014-04-30 14:26:00 by Susan Fairweather (nee Mears))
  16. Wonderful, informative website. I pass by the church pretty regularly, either on the pushbike, in the car, or on foot, and have always mused over the history of your red-brick church, it looks, to me, so incongruous to its surroundings. Fascinating local history. I must find time to pop in one day.

    (Posted on 2014-03-29 08:30:00 by Richard Day)
  17. We are looking forward to attending the Christening of Lottie Douglas on 16 December 2012 at St Nicolas'.

    (Posted on 2012-12-02 21:35:00 by Geraldine Carter)
  18. I should have signed this book a few years ago. Thank you all for the great support and hospitality you provide to both Ingrave and Herongate.

    (Posted on 2012-10-09 13:36:00 by Rob Dodge)
  19. Hello! I am the head teacher of the new Church of England Secondary School in Brentwood. This is a lovely website - please take a look at our website if you want to know more about Becket Keys CofE School: www.BecketKeys.org

    (Posted on 2012-09-28 20:35:00 by Andy Scott-Evans)
  20. I am researching the works of the stained glass artist Reginald Hallward.
    I understand that he designed a stained glass window(s) for St Nicholas and am seeking further information on this work

    (Posted on 2012-07-01 14:30:00 by Gordon Lawson)
  21. Hi there, I'm researching the Ayley family tree. We have many links in Ingave and surrounding areas. Is there anyone who is an Ayley or a family tree hisitorian who can correspond and /or possibly do some research for me? My branch worked for the Petre family at Thorndon Hall and were catholics. Most lived in Ingrave. I hope to get back soon for further research so any contacts would be good. Thanks. Chrys Ayley

    (Posted on 2012-04-30 06:43:00 by chrys ayley)
  22. I know we are late in signing this Guestbook but we just want to thank Father Paul and St Nicholas for such a warm and welcoming place to worship and be part of a community.

    (Posted on 2012-02-29 23:06:00 by Anna, Mark, George and Archie Tubby)
  23. Very helpful site as I am looking for funeral information. for my father in law. My father is already buried here and it is a peaceful well kept space. The newish area for ashes burial is also very comforting and respectful. What a thoughtful idea.

    (Posted on 2011-07-09 10:32:00 by Sandra Catchpole)
  24. Thank you for a beautiful Wedding & Baptism ceremony on 14th August. It was a very special day for all xx

    (Posted on 2010-08-16 21:14:00 by Tanith Gray)
  25. We've just returned from the Crib Service (Christmas Eve) and thought we'd like to share how lovely we thought the service was. It was extremely inclusive and welcoming to all, and served as a terrific reminder of what Christmas is really about! The church looked particularly beautiful - with the candles setting off the altar perfectly. The flowers were also spectacular too!

    (Posted on 2009-12-24 18:01:00 by Ann & Brendan Robinson)
  26. Finally got round to looking at the website after aiming for the 9.30am service on Remembrance Sunday only to realise it's obviously happening elsewhere, so thought we'd check to see if there was anything on the website...
    ...Blackpool eh - you've kept that quiet!

    (Posted on 2009-11-08 09:53:00 by Michael & Natasha Fox)
  27. Website getting better all the time; see you have St Stephen's up and running. Lovely photos of the holy table and nave in St Nocholas. Best feature is till the ease of navigation and the clear content. I'll have to get some tips when I have to build one

    (Posted on 2009-08-13 09:49:00 by Paul Gambling)
  28. Love the new page on All Saints Church. Will you be advertising the summer concerts?

    (Posted on 2009-05-03 11:37:00 by Debra Sheaf)
  29. Excellent website and excellent Church! May God continue to bless you all. +Laurie

    (Posted on 2009-02-08 13:55:00 by +Laurie, Bishop of Bradwell)
  30. You have a lovely church! We will have to come and visit one day :O)

    (Posted on 2009-02-03 20:01:00 by Tanith)
  31. Hi Paul,

    Website is looking good and really taking shape. Its clear and easy to navigate booking on line is a nice touch. I Like the photos from the tower, hope you manage to produce some more of the beautiful interior.

    (Posted on 2009-02-02 14:56:00 by Paul Gambling)
  32. Hi Everyone and i hope that you are all still running with God he is awesome and the Best
    cheers my friends and i will see you all soon
    bobby

    (Posted on 2009-01-24 17:57:00 by bobby ball)
  33. Website coming along nicely and always enjoy the Rectors Ramblings!

    (Posted on 2009-01-20 10:05:00 by Libby Doughty)
  34. Wow...an almost 700-yr. old parish in an almost 300-yr. old church! Seeing as how my country is only 230-years old, that's pretty awesome. Would love to see some pictures of the church - interior and exterior - as well as the grounds, on the website.

    (Posted on 2009-01-09 14:53:00 by John Martignoni)
  35. Hi Paul, are there no end to your talents, I will have to come and see the church sometime. See you soon Darrell

    (Posted on 2009-01-08 21:07:00 by Darrell Madge)
  36. Greaat work on the website Paul :)

    (Posted on 2009-01-05 21:15:00 by Barry Moss)
  37. Interesting website, enjoyed the rectors ramblings, I miss them!!

    (Posted on 2009-01-05 16:30:00 by Nicola Moss)
  38. Thanks for taking me on a little tour of St Nicholas, it was so good to see a place of worship looking loved and cared for.

    (Posted on 2009-01-05 15:19:00 by Paul Gambling)
  39. hello from your Area Youth Adviser and Happy New Year!

    (Posted on 2009-01-05 13:58:00 by Alice Smith)
  40. A beautiful, personal Church. It is a truly special experience to worship here and be part of the community spiritual experience.

    (Posted on 2009-01-05 09:17:00 by Paula Suttle)
  41. Good to see the website we were very long standing parishioners at Ingrave in the 1960's during Rev Porters time there. Owen and Jacky Cullwick and rosa Cullwick my mother and Albert Cullwick we were also involved with St stephens. If there is any body in the Parish who remember us please do get in touch 01278 788660

    (Posted on 2008-12-12 20:23:00 by Owen j Cullwick)
  42. Another of the confirmation class to sign the guest book.
    I Liked the site, but couldn't find it when I Googled it!
    Keep up the good work

    (Posted on 2008-10-12 21:33:00 by Colin Tilbrook)
  43. The new website is excellent. Loved the Rector's Ramblings!!

    (Posted on 2008-09-06 21:24:00 by Kirsten and James Nutman)
  44. A fantastic, modern and interesting website, well done!!!

    (Posted on 2008-08-25 07:51:00 by Laura Morrison-Rees)
  45. Excellent website, keep up the good work!

    (Posted on 2008-08-16 14:35:00 by Carl & Wendy Hoad)