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Your April edition of the Parish News Magazine should be winging its way to you!

There has been a fantastic team effort in coordinating the April edition — on the part of Editors/Printers/Bundlers and Distributors.

We all know that the Parish News Magazine remains a firm favourite for many and in this month's edition is your quarterly Patient Participation Group Newsletter too!

Thank you to everyone!

St Alban's Church building is, of course, closed.

BUT, just in time, the Parish News Magazines were sorted and moved to the Church Porch.

We have been advised that some have already been collected and delivered.

Some distributors are delivering the magazine as part of their 'daily exercise' routine (prescribed by the Government and with public health social distancing in mind).

If you are a distributor — then the magazines are available to deliver from the Church Porch (they have been bundled).

Best wishes to you all and keep well (with the fast-changing position on COVID-19, we apologise in advance if some of the news is now out of date).

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