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Early shift mince pies at station

For the third year running members of Alton Methodist Church and the Parish of the Resurrection got up early on 11th December to get to the station in time for the early trains. This year they braved freezing weather to hand out over 400 complimentary mince pies to commuters and staff at the station. Along with the pies each pack contained a GAP napkin and a note of all the GAP churches' services over Christmas. On the whole they were very well received and brought a smile to many faces.

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