Chevin Cross 40th Anniversary memory book
The cross on the Chevin, which was installed for the first time in 1968, has now become a well-known and loved Easter symbol of hope. The cross, which was replaced after 31 years for the new millennium, was the brainchild of the Otley Council of Christian Churches and is a fine example of a co-operative initiative, which has become a source of comfort and inspiration to many people.
To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of first being erected, people have been invited to submit stories from the last forty years about the Chevin Cross, and the inspiration or comfort it has given them. This have been compiled into a memory book, and an electronic version is available here. It has been made available for people from all denominations who have been inspired by the cross.
|Revd. Alistair Newton||Revd. David Woodward||Douglas Savill|
|Jackie McDonald (1)||Jackie McDonald (2)||Jeffrey Sharp|
|Canon John Clayton|