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The yearly carol service at St Clements was held on Friday 4th December. It was a record for this event when over 130 people attended the service on a windy December night including the Mayor & Deputy Mayor.
The service consisted of carols with readings between each one.The service was conducted by Brian Eames a member and treasurer of the church committee, many thanks also to the members of the congregation who did the readings.
Turkey rolls,hot mince pies,hot sausage rolls, tea & coffee were all supplied by the plants restaurant, along with sherry & wine which Gerry Hughes, (committee chairman), had brought along.
This was a culmination of a lot of hard work and dedication which the church team had put in during the year.(see pictures below)
Open weekends will commence once again in 2016 with the first weekend of each month April – September inclusive, and all involved were looking forward to another successful year ahead.
The church begins to fill as organist Robin Mumford welcomes
the congregation to the carol service
Nearly full the Mayor & Deputy arrive for the service.