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Daffodil Day, March 2nd 2020 at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, is a Spring Festival for Christian Encouragement and Renewal. This year's theme is 'Best of All is'.

Taking part will be:
Pam Rhodes — Broadcaster & Author
The Lord Mayor of Westminster
Revd Steve Wild — Chair of Cornwall District
Revd Nigel Cowgill — Chair of London District
Hilary Evans — President of Methodist Women in Britain
Thelma Commey — Methodist Youth President
Anando Mukerjee — Lirico-Spinto Tenor and
The Methodist Central Hall Westminster staff team.

This event is non- ticketed and is open to everyone. This is the last year that it will be held on a Monday. From 2021 it will be the first Saturday in March and you will need to buy a ticket.

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