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Our annual Gift & Toy Service will be held on Sunday 6th December. We ask that you bring along new gifts and toys for children and young people of all ages. They will then be taken to Action for Children Family Centres in Bucks. where they will be greatly appreciated. Please don't wrap them, as gifts need to be matched with children. If you prefer to make a money donation, it will be used to buy vouchers for teenagers.. Any spare gift wrap would also be very welcome. If you are not able to come to the service but would like to contribute, please contact our church Action for Children representatives Pauline, Sandie and Jennie via the church office 01296 488963.

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