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Skating in the Close

by Margaret Duggan

WHEN WINCHESTER Cathedral opened its skating rink in the Close this year, the first evening of skating was devoted to raising funds for Naomi House Children’s Hospice, just north of the city. The first session was for Naomi House families, enabling some of the hospice patients to enjoy their time on the ice (above). A second hour was for staff and volunteers, and then the public were invited to join in “Skate and donate” sessions for a minimum donation of ...

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