An entertaining new collection of Fred Secombe's stories of his life as a clergyman in 1950s Wales
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An entertaining new collection of Fred Secombe's stories of his life as a clergyman in 1950s Wales The third trilogy of this series, More Chronicles of a Vicar describes Fred's move to the new parish of Abergelly and the challenges that await him there.
Pastures New opens with Fred's arrival in Abergelly, where he immediately encounters stiff opposition from his new parishioners when he puts forward plans to renovate the church and build a new church on a local housing estate. He tackles the obstacles with his usual good humour, and with the help of some unexpected allies.
In The Changing Scenes of Life the new church is ready to open, but, as usual, this does not pass off without incident.
Mr. Rural Dean opens with Fred three years into his life in Abergelly, and heavily involved with the local Gilbert and Sullivan Society's production of The Pirates of Penzance. Then the Rural Dean is fatally injured--could this change everything for Fred?About the Author:
Fred Secombe was born in Swansea in 1918 and ordained in 1942. The vicar of various parishes in Wales, and a Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, he was also a founder of three Gilbert and Sullivan societies and won the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera Award for Utopia Ltd in 1968. The elder brother of the late Sir Harry Secombe, he now lives in Cardiff.
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