Alton Webteam: May 2016
At the end of the GAP breakfast on the last Saturday in April, there were a number of sausages left over.
These you will be pleased to know, did not go to waste, but found a good canine home (not Brodie's I hasten to add) .
For a short while, these sausages were to be found in the Church Office as in this picture opposite.
Can anyone come up with a suitable caption?!
Suggestions to either Keith or the Church Office and to be published in the July newsletter.
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