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Dorothy Sanders, who lived first in Hartington Grove in the 1930s then in Rock Road, is another longstanding members of St John’s. For a while though, after her marriage, she moved to Rampton where her husband was vicar. In 2016 she talked about her life:
She was married in Rampton church by the former vicar of St John’s, Rev. Jary.
After she returned to Cambridge from Rampton she and her husband became closely involved in the life of St Andrew the Great.
Although Peter West had lived for many years in the parish in Hills Avenue, he had been brought up as a Baptist and then joined the Congregationalists before finally joining St John’s. Over the years he and his wife have taken on many roles within the church. In 2016 he talked about his move to St John’s.