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Give a TAP Easter gift

IT IS not too late to make an Easter gift to the Church. The Church Times Train-A-Priest (TAP) Fund - up again by £4455 - continues through Eastertide. Please consider giving it a boost by organising a special collection - perhaps at your annual parochial church meeting.

A leaflet can be downloaded here. This will do all the explaining for you, and includes a Gift Aid form.

How to give. Please send cheques, postal orders, charity cheques, and cash to: TAP Fund, Church Times, 13a Hellesdon Park Road, Norwich NR6 5DR. For an acknowledge-ment, please enclose a SAE. To Gift Aid your donation, use the form printed here. Or use our easy online giving page: www.hymnsam.co.uk donations/train-a-priest.

 

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