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Lovely way to remember

by Margaret Duggan

IT WAS started five years ago by the schoolchildren, the Revd Peter MacLeod-Miller says. At Harvest, they started planting bulbs in the churchyard at St Mary’s, Denham, a small village in the diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich. It was a gesture of looking forward to future harvests, and the custom has continued ever since.

This year, the idea was extended to All Souls’ and All Saints’. Led by a churchwarden, Caroline Homes ...

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