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Two funerals will affect our coffee bar this week. We normally open each day from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 12noon. However, this Thursday 14th April, we will close a half hour early to accommodate the funeral of Winifred Bushby at 12.45pm. The following day, Friday 15th, the coffee bar will be closed for the 10.30am funeral service of Judith Kwakye.

If you ever need to arrange a funeral service, feel free to contact our minister, Reverend Helen Kirk on 01296 488963 or email her at rehelenkirk@sky.com. She can guide you through and offer help if needed in choosing the type, timing and location of the funeral service.

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