The sequel to David Wilbourneís much-loved first novel, A Vicarís Diary, about a new vicarís taste of village parish life in the Yorkshire of the 1960s.
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More glimpses of the enchanting tapestry of people and places in David Wilbourne’s rural Yorkshire.
With humour and tenderness, A Summer’s Diary takes up where A Vicar’s Diary left off at Easter 1966. England is enjoying the release of The Sound of Music and is gearing up to host the World Cup--but the Vale of York has affairs of its own to tend, and enough colourful characters to make a country vicar’s life more than interesting. From parishioner Bill Everingham’s preoccupation with the word ecclesiastical, to a visit with some of the local women to a pig factory, to acquainting a holier-than-thou aspiring vicar with the earthier realities of daily parish life, A Summer’s Diary is a rollicking celebration of rural living. Filled with laughter, tears and love, here is rainbow reflection of life from one of today’s best-loved writers.About the Author:
David Wilbourne continues his family tradition of Yorkshire vicars in Helmsley, a moorland market town in North Yorkshire, England. Previously chaplain to two Archbishops of York, he has written several books, including the sequel, A Summer's Diary. He maintains that his life's ambition is to take the tedium out of the Church of England and replace it with sheer fun.
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Book Description Zondervan Publishing Company, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110007100078
Book Description Zondervan Publishing Company, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007100078