Monthly Archives: May 2006

Adrian’s Blog: T4G – the introduction & when to give up the fight

Just had a quick read of Adrian’s Blog: T4G – the introduction & when to give up the fight, one comment struck me immediately.

I am convinced that many of our denominations are already past saving.

Didn’t the disciples think much the same about the gospel when Jesus was dead in the tomb? In human terms Adrian might be right – but when we remember that the Church is the Bride of Christ nothing seems impossible and hope never disappears.

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The Christiania Mum

We did not find out about Christiania trikes until it was too late for us – the kids had got too big. If you have small kids or are expect to have them then a Christiania Trike is a fantastic way of getting them around. So this (The Christiania Mum) invitation from Velorution might be just what you need.

The Christiania tricycle has transformed urban family transport in Copenhagen. Thousands of families use it daily to transport children to school and to take their shopping home. And now more and more Londoners are finding out that they can accomplish many daily tasks much faster, more economically and in a more pleasant way with the Christiania tricycle.

Annie Lerche and Lars Engstrom, the wife and husband team who for the past 30 years have managed Christiania Bikes, will soon be coming to London and we would like to invite you to meet them as well as many of the parents who use the Christiania tricycle. There will be also be a short presentation by Simon Bishop, School Travel Plan Officer for Camden Council.

When and where: Monday 5th June, between 12:30 and 14:30 at our shop (18 Great Titchfield St. London W1W 8BD)