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In April a large group of us met outside church and walked down to Betjeman Gardens. Every child had access to a camera and we encouraged them to take photos of signs of spring and anything else they enjoyed looking at.

One child even thought to bring a bird book along to help them identify new birds. After wandering and looking at all the signs of spring we had a few games of hide and seek and then headed back to church for drinks and snacks. A lovely time together and a great end
to the Easter holidays!

K@c will next be meeting on 20 May at church and we look forward to welcoming anyone with children who are at primary school. For more information please don't hesitate to phone me on 765421.

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