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Community Path Update

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St Alban's Church and the grounds in which it sits, are a nucleus of our village.

Many of us take a stroll through the Churchyard and the St Alban's initiative to create a much needed 'Community Pathway' is now complete.

Brick orders came tumbling in from far and wide — we had orders from Japan, Australia, Canada and New Zealand!

Many of the bricks represent a special individual, whether is be a family member, a friend, in fact, anyone associated with our wonderful village.

The bricks are also diverse in events that they have been chosen to represent; marriages, baptisms and special memories.

Dogs and pets even get a mention too!

So pleased are you with the Community Pathway, that many of you have actually asked for additional bricks! So as not to disappoint, therefore, extra order forms are located in the porch — please feel free to take one.

We would like to extend the Community Pathway still further in the summer months and to then include the new bricks.

Lighting has also been installed and the electrician will be connecting it all very soon (we promise).

So, a huge 'Thank You' to you all — we hope that you enjoy the Community Pathway now, and in the future.

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