N Bainbridge: October 2018
On a cold mid December weekend we warmly welcomed 160 people to view our Christmas Trees.
We were amazed at the variety of decorated trees which Warboys community groups and our own
members brought to the display. We served seasonal refreshments, a quiz for younger children and Father
Christmas put in an appearance!
A Christian Tract of the Christmas story was offered to everyone as they left
with an invitation to join us at our Carol Service.
Through generous donations we were able to send £300 to Action for Children.
Many thanks for your support.
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