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Closing of the Church

The committee has decided not to open the church for the next few weeks, starting Tuesday 3rd November. This is for two reasons; firstly, as  we go into another lockdown, some people may not be happy with the idea of keeping open, and secondly, we are continuing to experience antisocial behaviour in the form of groups of children congregating in the church and having noisy ‘picnics’ and leaving their rubbish behind. This has happened on several occasions, after school, and also on Saturdays and Sundays.   This is not what we open the church for, and genuine visitors are deterred from entering. We do not want the church to become known as a place where anyone can go in and do what they like, and other, more antisocial people, could inflict more damage on the building. We will keep in touch, and let you know about any changes or developments.

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