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The Chalice | Vol.2 No.3 | Spring 2017

The Chalice Vol.2 No.3 | Journal of the Companions of the Chalice Well
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Words spoken by the Vicar of St John’s Church at the funeral of Alice Buckton

In Memoriam Miss Alys Mary Buckton, aged 78 Died December 13 1944 (from St. John’s Magazine) There passed away early in the morning of Sunday, Dec.13th, a great soul, a great mind, and a great heart, Alys Mary Buckton. She was a genius, a most remarkable personality. Her mind was as wide as her heart.[…]Read more…

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This poem is from the Alice Buckton collection ‘Daybreak’ published in 1918

This poem is from the Alice Buckton collection ‘Daybreak’ published in 1918. On The Heights (To a fellow-climber who asked me of my destination)   Enough, that there is That beyond my soul Which draws me forth! A veiled and brooding Dream, That, as a gathering vapour, long may roll About the valley, ere the[…]Read more…