Monday, 26 October 2020

Mass Figures weekend 24/25 October


The Mass figures for the weekend 17/18 October


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.


Shepton Saturday 6.00pm - 26  (40) - up 1
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 52 (50) - down 12
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 33 (25) - up 7
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 44 (40) - up 9
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 28 (34) - down 1
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 54 (50) - up 24
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 5 (25) - down 2
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 44 (50) - down 5
Glastonbury Sunday 5.00pm - 25 (50) - up 6



Our numbers this weekend were up 27 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Over the past weeks the numbers have been 284, 269, 220, 274.

311 people came to Mass in total. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average:


271    (Generated 25/10/2020)
261.5 (Generated 18/10/2020)


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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Wednesday, 21 October 2020

New Mass times from November


New Mass Schedule from the beginning of November


Vigil Masses:

Saturday:
6.00pm Wells
6.00pm Glastonbury


Sunday Masses:

9.00am Cheddar
9.00am  Shepton
10.30am         Wells (those who cannot travel, etc)
10.30am         Glastonbury
11.00am         Cheddar (with Fr Wally)
12.15pm         Glastonbury (Latin)


Monday : 10.00am Glastonbury
Tuesday: 10.00am Shepton
Wednesday: 10.00am Wells
Thursday: Cheddar Mass is suspended while there are building works
Friday: 10.00am  Wells
Saturday: 10.00am  Glastonbury



Changes:

Saturday Vigil Mass moves from Shepton to Wells
Numbers allowed in Wells increase
No Sunday evening Mass in Glastonbury



 

Monday, 19 October 2020

Now with Graphs!

 



This is a graphical representation of the numbers attending Holy Mass as a total in the four parishes. The date is on the x-axis, the number of attendees on the y-axis. You can see the previous number of people who attended Holy Mass at the top. 


The blue line is the actual number of people week by week, the red point, which will become a line as figures are added, is a simply four point rolling average.


[How can you tell I was a maths teachers!]


Mass Figures for Weekend 17/18 October

   The Mass figures for the weekend 17/18 October


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.


Shepton Saturday 6.00pm - 25  (40) - no change
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 64 (50) - up 21
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 25 (25) - no change
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 25 (40) - down 11
Wells * Sunday 10.30am - 29 (34) - up 12
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 30 (50) - down 21
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 7 (25) - up 4  
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 49 (50) - up 12
Glastonbury Sunday 5.00pm - 19 (50) - down 3

This Mass is for the vulnerable who cannot travel, many thanks for keeping the numbers at this low level, the numbers have now been increased.

Our numbers this weekend were up 15 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Over the past weeks the numbers have been 269, 220, 274.

284 people came to Mass in total. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573.



*******

Data based on four point simple rolling average:


261.5 (Generated 18/10/2020)


*******


[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Saturday, 17 October 2020

New Mass Times from November 2020


New Mass Schedule from the beginning of November


Vigil Masses:

Saturday:
6.00pm Wells
6.00pm Glastonbury


Sunday Masses:

9.00am Cheddar
9.00am Shepton
10.30am         Wells (those who cannot travel, etc)
10.30am         Glastonbury
11.00am         Cheddar (with Fr Wally)
12.15pm         Glastonbury (Latin)


Monday : 10.00am Glastonbury
Tuesday: 10.00am Shepton
Wednesday: 10.00am Wells
Thursday: Cheddar Mass is suspended while there are building works
Friday: 10.00am Wells
Saturday: 10.00am Glastonbury



Changes:

Saturday Vigil Mass moves from Shepton to Wells
Numbers allowed in Wells increase
No Sunday evening Mass in Glastonbury



 

Tuesday, 13 October 2020

Mass figures for the weekend 10/11 October

  The Mass figures for the weekend 10/11 October


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.


Shepton Saturday 6.00pm - 25  (40) - up 3
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 43 (50) - no change
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 25 (25) - up 1
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 46 (40) - up 19
Wells * Sunday 10.30am - 17 (16) - down 2
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 51 (50) - up 22
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 3 (25) - no change  
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 37 (50) - up 4
Glastonbury Sunday 5.00pm - 22 (50) - up 2

This Mass is for the vulnerable who cannot travel, many thanks for keeping the numbers at this low level, it is essential so that the Mass can continue.

Our numbers this weekend were up 49 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Over the past weeks the numbers have been 220, 274.

269 people came to Mass in total. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average:
This will start again when four weeks data are available, until then it is a simple average beginning Weekend 26/27 Sept

254 (Generated 11/10/20)
247 (Generated 04/10/20)
274 (Generated 27/09/20)

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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Mass figures for the weekend 3/4 October

 The Mass figures for the weekend 3/4 October


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.


Shepton Saturday 6.00pm - 22  (40) - down 8
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 43 (50) - down 11 
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 24 (25) - down 1 
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 27 (40) - no change
Wells * Sunday 10.30am - 19 (16) - down 12 
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 29 (50) - down 19
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 3 (25) - down 2 
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 33 (50) - down 3
Glastonbury Sunday 5.00pm - 20 (50) - up 2

This Mass is for the vulnerable who cannot travel, many thanks for keeping the numbers at this low level, it is essential so that the Mass can continue.

Our numbers this weekend were down 54 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Over the past weeks the numbers have been 274

220 people came to Mass in total. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573.



*******

Data based on four point simple rolling average:
This will start again when four weeks data are available, until then it is a simple average beginning Weekend 26/27 Sept

247 (Generated 04/10/20)
274 (Generate 27/09/20)

*******


[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Mass figures 26/27 September

The Mass figures for the weekend 26/27 September


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car.So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.


Shepton Saturday 6.00pm - 30  (40) -
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 54 (50) - 
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 25 (25) - 
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 27 (40) - 
Wells * Sunday 10.30am - 31 (16) - 
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 48 (50) - 
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 5 (25) - 
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 36 (50) - 
Glastonbury Sunday 5.00pm - 18 (50) - 

This Mass is for the vulnerable who cannot travel, many thanks for keeping the numbers at this low level, it is essential so that the Mass can continue.

Our numbers this weekend were ( - ) on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Over the past weeks the numbers have been XXX


274 people came to Mass in total. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573.

Due to the gap, we will start the figures again this week.

*******

Data based on four point simple rolling average:
This will start again when four weeks data are available, until then it is a simple average beginning Weekend 26/27 Sept

274 (Generate 27/09/20)

*******


[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Sunday, 4 October 2020

A Letter


The Pope has written the world a letter. It is called 'Brothers all' - Fratelli Tutti.


You can read it here


Monday, 14 September 2020

Weekend 19/20th September


There will be no Masses at Glastonbury or Shepton Mallet the weekend of 19/20 September.

The Mass at Wells will be said, but please remember that this is only for those who are frail.

Fr Wally will offer Mass in the Cheddar Classroom - the the maximum number is 16.


From the week after we will Track 'n' Trace.*


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* It's like Fish 'n' Chips but not really.



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