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Harvest Festival

St Mary's Church is organising a traditional Harvest Lunch on Sunday 23rd September (12.15-3pm). All are welcome to come and celebrate "Harvest Home" in traditional 'Church Family' style.

There will be Parminters' pies (including vegetarian), with sausages for the children, followed by homemade harvest crumble and coffee or tea. Please bring you own drinks.

Tickets (£5 for adults and £2 for children) are available from the church office at St Mary's Centre (open weekday mornings or call 291108 to reserve tickets). Or, if you're reading this on Sunday 23rd September, pop along to St Mary's Church in the morning and book the last few remaining tickets

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