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St George’s dragon

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 23 May 2014 @ 12:18

STUDENTS of Leeds Metropolitan University, in what is now the diocese of West Yorkshire & the Dales, drew a splendid dragon on the pavement in Millennium Square, Leeds, on 23 April, and invited passers-by to fill its outline with coins. This was part of their final-year project to raise funds for St George's Crypt, the city-centre charity at the Parish Church of St George which supports the homeless.

There was also a tombola, a cake stall, and music from ...

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