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Leominster had a fantastic time on Advent Sunday at the Big Nativity Tea. Over 100 people came to the Sports and Social Club in the town, to enjoy an afternoon building a large Advent Calendar, walking a labyrinth, singing 'While Shepherds watch' to the tune of Yellow Submarine (yes folks, it does work!), listening to our District Chair, Rev Rachel Parkinson telling a magnificent version of the Christmas Story, and YES, a MONSTER TEA! If that all sounds breathless...it's because it was.
Many thanks to all who worked so hard to make it such a great afternoon. On the Friday morning we had a stall at the Market in Corn Square, and gave out over 150 sheep, (you've got the sheep, now come and meet the shepherd...), and handed out lots of invitations. So....what are we going to do next????

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