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Church Christmas Lunch

Following the 10 am family service the church was transformed into a cosy restaurant ready for guests and helpers who would be sharing a Christmas lunch

Music was provided by Jess and Jonathan . Canapes were served with mulled fruit juice drinks while tantalising smells drifted in from the kitchen. Then it was time to sit and enjoy the meal of turkey with all the traditional trimmings, followed by Christmas pudding.
It was delicious and at the end of the meal there was a round of applause for everyone who had made the event possible and so enjoyable...

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