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Christmas Services at St Alban's on 24th & 25th December

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The dates of the Christmas services at St Alban's Church are as follows:

* The Blessing of the Crib is on Christmas Eve at 5.30pm (this is a very special service for families)

* Midnight Mass is at 11.30pm on Christmas Eve

* Christmas Day services take place at 8.00am and 10.30am

The Rector and the Churchwardens wish you and your loved ones 'A Very Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year'.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Church over the Christmas period.

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