David Wilbourne

Helmsley Chronicles, The

Braille, Large Print 17pt, Large Print 20pt, Large Print 25pt, Large Print 30pt
  • Publisher: Darton Longman & Todd Ltd (DLT)
  • ISBN: 9780232528947

A collection of the best of David Wimbourne’s diaries which gently celebrate rural and church life whilst he was vicar of Helmsley, North Yorkshire.

  • Exclusively for blind and partially sighted people


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Before becoming the Assistant Bishop of Llandaff, David Wilbourne was vicar of Helmsley, a market town nestling on the southern steps pf the North York Moors. For twelve years he wrote a regular diary column in the Church Times, delighting its readers with his quirky tales of ministry in Helmsley.

The Helmsley Chronicles collects the best of David’s diaries, substantially edited and bolstered with new material. Gently celebrating rural and church life, it is a wonderful foil to all the uncertainties and insecurities of the modern world and church in a style both humorous and poignant that will delight readers of Yorkshire diarists such as James Herriot and Gervase Phinn.

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