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All are invited to join the 'Wear a Hat Day' fundraising fun at Messy Church (11am on 25th March 2018). In support of Brain Tumour Research's 'Wear a Hat Day', there will be hat making activities, the chance to have your photo taken in the 'photo booth' and a lucky dip. The hat theme will be woven with the theme of charity and there will be a reading and story linked to the importance of being charitable. There will even be a guest appearance from a children's TV character and hat-themed refreshments! Feel free to wear a hat — the wackier the better!

Did you know that brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer and yet just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating disease? Please come along to Messy Church on 25th March to show your support!

Find our more about 'Wear a Hat Day' at www.wearahatday.org

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