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You are invited to go Barefoot and/or Coatless to stand in solidarity with children paying the cost of war. You can do so by going to The Church on Fairford Leys, Hampden Square, Fairford Leys, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP19 7HT from noon until 2:30 on Wednesday 10th February 2016.
Take a walk around the Church area without your coat and/or in flip flops (If your health permits) then warm up with a hot soup and bread roll. Join us in a time of personal prayer and reflection for those in need.
Donations will be collected at this event for the work of World Vision, the world's largest international children's charity. They are working to create a world where every child can live free from fear.
For World Vision's website, click here.

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