Robin Chapel is an ecumenical Christian place of worship in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh, Scotland. It was built in memory of Lieutenant Robin Tudsbery, who was killed in the closing days of World War II. The chapel sits within the grounds of the Thistle Foundation, a housing complex for disabled people.
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... The chapel holds weekly services of choral evensong, as well as special services to commemorate key events in Robin Tudsbury's life ... The Chapel Choir (a group of adult mixed voices) sings at the weekly services, led by the director of music and accompanied on the organ ... The ecumenical nature of the chapel is reflected in the invitation to clergy of many denominations being regularly invited to preach ...
... Robin Chapel Traffic manager and Ms ... Robin is very capable and ambitious, but is a friendly person underneath her businesslike exterior ... He initially had a rivalry with Robin Chapel, but the two have become good friends and he has expressed a romantic interest in her ...
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