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Helen Kirk wrote to Peter Honeyball saying,

"Would it be possible for you to send out a 'Thank you' to the circuit from Andrew & I? Thank you for the cards, gifts & good wishes that people have sent us as we leave the circuit. It has been a joy to share in the last 5 years with The Vale of Aylesbury Circuit and we look forward to hearing of all the 'good news' stories that are part of your shared ministry"

Peter commented,

"It has been a joy and a privilege for our Circuit to share the last five years with Helen and Andrew. I am sure you would want me to offer them a huge thank you for all they have done and pass on our very best wishes for the future. We pray that God will continue to richly bless Helen and Andrew in all they do!

Amen to that!

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