The Rev. Aubrey Fishwick

The Right Reverend Aubrey Fishwick had been the vicar of Little Hope for as long as anyone could remember.  Village rumour had it that he was actually so old that he'd fought at Waterloo, although this nugget of information may have had its origins in an altercation with a porter on platform 3 of the station with the same name in 1932.  Either way, nobody alive in 1939 had ever come across another vicar in St Candida's vestry and it was pretty much taken for granted that nobody ever would...

Appears in Juliet's works:

The Wit and Wisdom of Hilda Ffinch: The Bird With All The Answers (Published 2020)

The Diary of Lavinia Fox (Publication pending)

Shine On, Doris Moon (Publication pending)

The Wonderful Winter of Little Hope (Publication pending)

The Pudding Club (Publication pending)

The Letters of Little Hope (Publication pending)

Violet Pulls It Off (Publication pending)

Harvest Festival was almost upon them and once again the vicar was having a preparatory tug in the vegetable patch...

Penny was adamant that the oncoming train wasn't on the map...

"Two stiff gins, please!" cried Mrs Fox as soon as the all clear sounded. Rev Fishwick was more relieved that he'd remembered to lock the communion wine away than he was at having escaped Jerry's latest homicidal jaunt.

At some point in time, some poor sod was going to have to tell Mrs Fox that her undergrowth needed a bit of a trim...

When little Fanny the kitchen maid went down with galloping impetigo, Mrs Fox was only too pleased to jump in and help the vicar out. One look at the glazed expression on Mrs Fox's face however, reminded the reverend gentleman of rumours that she was still wanted for War Crimes in an enemy soup kitchen on the western front in 1917...

Dear lord! Percy had been listening to Harry Roy & His Orchestra again, at this rate it would be reform school for the boy for sure...

Mrs Fox was fairly sure that confiscating Percy's naughty record didn't ought to involve the vicar listening to it behind the hedge...

Someone had been testing the new bottles of Communion wine...

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