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CHESTER: Saved by the Bishop

by Margaret Duggan

RICHARD and Sonja Hib­bert had planned to fly from their home in the Netherlands to Mr Hib­bert’s parents in Congle­ton, Chester diocese, in mid-December. Their hope was to have their first baby baptised during the crib service at Christ Church, Easton, where Mr Hibbert, who now works for a charity in Holland, has been a long-serving member of the congregation. But the snow intervened, and they could not make it.

Closer to Christmas, flights became ...

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