Praise God for harvest-time

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Author: Paul Wigmore

Born 1925, London. Schools in Harrow, Bushey Heath and Barnstaple (N Devon). Many occupations between the ages of 14 and 42: apprentice mechanical engineer, shop assistant, junior clerk, photo lab trainee, National Service RAF photographer in India, Burma and UK, Kodak medical radiographer and haematology lab technician, then technical author. Publications and PR manager with air/sea lifesaving equipment manufacturer. PRO for the Christian Medical College and Brown Memorial Hospital, Ludhiana, Punjab. Freelance writer, graphic designer and photographer in Cambridge. Advertising editor and art director with Kodak UK from 1967 to early retirement in 1985. Wrote first verse at age ten in Port Isaac, Cornwall, getting as far as: Clouds ra… Go to person page >

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First Line: Praise God for harvest-time
Author: Paul Wigmore
Meter: 6.7.6.7 with refrain
Refrain First Line: Alleluia! Alleluia! Good harvest safely stored
Copyright: © Paul Wigmore / The Jubilate Group. Administered by The Jubilate Group, Kitley House, St Katherines Road, Torquay TQ1 4DE Used by permission.; © Paul Wigmore / The Jubilate Group. Administered by The Jubilate Group, Kitley House, St Katherines Road, Torquay TQ1 4DE Used by permission.

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