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Here's a date for the diary. On Saturday evening, 9th February 2019 from 7.30pm, Oliver and Samuel Hancock will present an evening of Flanders and Swann. It will include many of their famous comic songs.

So if you remember Flanders and Swann, you know you are in for a good evening. If you never heard of them before today, come along and see what you have been missing.

Tickets will be on sale from the Church Office from the beginning of January. Proceeds in aid of the Church Welcome Project, a £100,000 scheme to make us better equipped to help more people in our local communities. For the Church Welcome Project brochure, click here

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