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The exhibition and concert in the Talent Extravaganza Weekend raised £982 for the revamping of our church welcome area. The exhibition last Saturday and Sunday showcased the skills of AMC members with needle, camera, paintbrush, pen, assembly kits and cake decoration.
Extravaganza organiser Pauline Latham said, "I am just pleased that people were amazed at the breadth of talent around us and at some unexpected entries in both the exhibition and Saturday's concert."
We offer a very big Thank You from the church family to those who contributed or helped in any way and to those who supported and enjoyed the concert and exhibition. We are richly blessed. To see Bob Bucknell's photos of the exhibition, click here.

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