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The Traditional Afternoon Tea fund-raising event for the Welcome Area Project which took place on Sunday 17th September raised £276.

Despite the chilly weather the event held at the house of Gill and Steve Marks was well attended and enjoyed by all. Thanks go to Gill Marks and Lynn Bernstone and all who helped.

A programme of other events will be organised to help transform the welcome area at the front of the church. Details of each event will be published on this website.

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