FLANKED by two mounted police officers - PC Angela Parr(right) and PC Alan Ford - Canon Godfrey Hirst began hisshort service for Horseman's Sunday by remembering PC Nicola Hughesand PC Fiona Bone, who had been killed on duty in Manchester a fewdays before.
About 40 horses and their riders had gathered for the service atPenny Farm, the World Horse Welfare centre near Blackpool, inBlackburn diocese. They sang "All things brightand beautiful" and "Jerusalem", and ...
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