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Market street set up at All Saints’

by Paul Wilkinson

THE supermarket magnate Sir Ken Morrison lent his support to a harvest-festival service in South Yorkshire last Sunday.

Sir Ken, the 78-year-old life presid­ent of Morrisons, one of Britain’s big four retail grocery chains, was at All Saints’, Cawthorne, near Barnsley, to see farmers and craftsmen from the surrounding area running stalls in and outside the church.

They had been invited by the Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, the Revd Simon Reynolds, ...

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