Glenda Lane

Glenda was born and brought up in Bristol, although the family had originally come from Wales. She was taken to church by her mother at a young age.

At school she was fascinated by history and has vivid memories of services to commemorate the school’s founder which were held at Bristol Cathedral.
She became a history teacher and moved with her husband Chris to Oxford when he was appointed to a teaching role at St Edwards School. Glenda taught for 16 years at a Catholic convent school in Abingdon.

In this extract Glenda describes what Wesley Mem was lime in the early 1970s:

1970s Wesley MemĀ  1.55′

In this extract Glenda talks about her faith and shares some moments of wonder and transcendence:

Wonderful momentsĀ  3.17′



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