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Two months ago on 20th February, we encouraged support of Christian Aid's 'Count Your Blessings 2020'. The news item said that, "At the end of Lent, you will be able to send your donations directly to Christian Aid, either by cheque, credit/debit card, or online," It also said, "If you pay tax please consider completing the form, as this will increase your donation to Christian Aid by 25% at no cost to yourself!"

Well if you haven't done so already, you can now donate by clicking here for a copy of this year's Lenten booklet and scrolling down to the back page. Alternatively, you can simply donate on line by clicking here. Whichever you do, on behalf of all the people you will be helping, a very big 'thank you'.

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