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The Friends of St Johns Church

 The 12th Night party on Monday 6 January 2020; at St. John’s Church by Hagley Hall. Please get there by 7pm. It is a free event open to everyone in the village, buffet provided. There is loads of parking. It’s a great way to finish off the Christmas season.

If you have any suggestions of music, poems, recitations amusing anecdotes or some family member is just busting to show off their talents to a wider public, send details to us at admin@hagleycofe. co.uk It may be their first step on the ladder to a talented success!

A glass of wine and refreshments are provided.

Richard Scarth for the  friendsofstjohns@hagleycofe.co.uk

The Friends of St Johns Church

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01562 884724
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