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St Michael and All Angels Church in Aston Sandford has its Harvest Festival today, Sunday, 16th October at 11.00am.

The church will, as always, be extensively decorated to celebrate the harvest.

This year, to give more people chance to see the decorated church, it will be open from 2.00pm to 5.00pm, this afternoon.

Do take the opportunity to pop in to see the delighful display.

For those unfamiliar with St Michael and All Angels Church, its located just a few minutes drive from the southern end of Stanbridge Road — turn left after the little bridge, as if towards Longwick and take the first left turning, signposted for the hamlet of Aston Sandford. The post code is HP17 8JB.

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