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Our beautiful grounds were a fitting backdrop for the children’s stations of the cross before Easter. As they walked around to visit each ‘station’, they listened to the story of each one, followed by a reflection of Jesus’ journey to Calvary. At some of the ‘stations’ they were given a memento and reminder of that particular story including: a leaf to represent the garden, a clove to represent the crown of thorns, a daffodil to represent the resurrection.
Many thanks to Mr Brazier for organising the event.
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