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Thank you to the gentleman from the Aylesbury Mosque in the hi vis jacket for offering Celebration chocolates to waiting motorists in New Street yesterday. "This is our Christmas", he said by way of explanation. Eid-al-Adha, also known as the Greater Eid and The Festival of the Sacrifice', is the holiest celebration in the Islamic calendar. We hope that all our Muslim friends and neighbours had a very happy Eid.

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