There is no such thing as a typical day in the life of the MWiB President. Today is one of those days where I have been juggling lots of different tasks. The role is certainly never boring! I have been back and forth between emails and other documents, ranging from preparations for our Forum meeting at Swanwick in mid-October to corresponding with various people about a retreat in November and our residential weekend at Swanwick next April.
Oh, and did I mention that Paul Field and Garth Hewitt will be in concert at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster on Saturday 21 May 2016? This will mark the culmination of our work in support of the Dalit people and the Church of North India over the past five years. I promise to stop ‘going on about’ this as soon as all the tickets have been sold – at just £5 each they are an absolute bargain!
My lovely daughter Katie helped to design the poster – well, in fact she actually designed the poster. I asked her to share the publicity amongst her more youthful circle of contacts. Her words to them on Facebook were simply these:
“My Mum is part of a great team organising this concert next May. Why not come along? £5 for an afternoon’s entertainment in London isn’t bad. PS – refreshments available. #win”
I rest my case. Anne x