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Rogation Sunday and Beating the Bounds — Dogs Can Come Too (On A Lead)
Sunday 28th May 2017

On the 28th May there will be a special United Benefice Rogation Sunday event, starting at 9.15 gatheringr at St. Martin's Church in Fivehead for bacon butties and a short opening service; then a 'beating the bounds' walk to Swell (arrive approx. 10.30) for a short simple Communion Service, coffee (and toilet stop), before continuing on to Curry Rivel (arrive approx. 12.30) for a Thanksgiving Service in St. Andrew's followed by a bring and share lunch in the Old School Room.
The above times are for information, in order that any non-walkers can meet up at various points.

Dogs can come too... if on a lead and accompanied by a human

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