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Announcement of two events in May at St Andrew's Church and Tarvin Methodist Church

There is to be a "BRING & BUY" LUNCH after the 10.45a.m Service in St Andrew's Church, on Sunday 15th May.

We are asking our friends to donate some food towards the lunch, and then come along and enjoy eating with us. The meal is free, but if you can, we would like you to make a donation towards Christian Aid.

Also in May:

On Thursday 19th May, there will be a "Supper & Quiz" evening at Tarvin Methodist Church, at 6.30 p.m.
Both supper and quiz are free, but donations to Christian Aid are welcome.

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