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Quiet Day

Would you like to spend some time up at St Mary's convent with time to wander in the grounds, attend the services if you wish, paint ,draw, read, pray or reflect?

With all this in mind I have booked the convent for Sat 17th March 9.30-3pm and you would be really welcome to join me!

Sister Elizabeth Jane will be giving a talk before lunch but apart from that, the day is yours to spend as you wish.

The cost is £15 for the day including lunch — no deposit required but please email me or phone me before Friday 9th March to say you are able to come and if you have any special dietary requirements.

Jane Kent (janekent@talktalk.net or 01235 765421)

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