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Easter Celebrations

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It's that time of year when the community joins together to celebrate Easter.

Follow the Cross

Good Friday once again was marked by the traditional 'Follow the Cross' event in which a rustic wooden cross is hoisted onto a farm vehicle and then followed around the benefice. This year's event commenced with coffee at 9.30am courtesy of The Badger Inn followed by a 10 minute service in the Badger Inn car park at 10am. The cross then started its journey through the neighbouring parishes.

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Easter Day Service

The Easter Day Service at St Bart's started at 11am
click here for more information and photos of the Flower Arrangements

 

Many treated themselves to a special Easter Day lunch at The Badger Inn, The Easter Bunny arrived at 2pm and everyone took part in The Badger Inn annual Easter egg hunt.

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