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Feed my lambs

by Margaret Duggan

THERE are six parish churches in the Kegworth and Hathern Team Ministry in Leicester diocese, all of them rural. Farmers receive personal invitations to the plough and Lammas services, and also to the Easter lambing service.

People from all six churches came to the lambing service, this year held at Long Whatton Parish Church, and taken by the Team Rector, the Revd Gill Turner-Callis (right), with the Revd Alison Prince, Team Vicar (left), who gave the address. ...

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