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By Sue Challoner - 3rd December 2015 7:01pm
St. Bart's was delighted to be asked to participate in the Christmas Tree Festival at St. Chad's in Winsford and entered a tree to represent our two newest groups, Messy and Café Church.
The tree was decorated in the Messy Church colours of red, white and silver and had decorations made by the children hanging from the branches.
Representing Café Church were cup cake baubles complete with their paper cases.
We wish St. Chad's every success with their Christmas Tree Festival — you can see this tree and many other interesting and innovative trees at St Chad's Winsford 4th — 6th December
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