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Christmas cheer

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 03 Jan 2014 @ 12:22

THERE was nothing like a pack of Brownies to bring some Christmas cheer to the elderly residents of Swanbank Sheltered Housing in Fulham, west London. The Curate at All Saints', Fulham, the Revd Penny Seabrook, together with her fellow leaders, brought the pack and other member of the congregation to sing carols with the residents.

The Brownies introduced themselves by singing the Brownie song, which brought back happy memories of far-off days to the former Brownies ...

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