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Knitted together

by Margaret Duggan

CRIBS OF all sorts are telling the Christmas story, from live animals in real stables to knitted shepherds and their sheep. This knitted crib scene again circulated round the parish of St Mary’s, Ross-on-Wye, in Hereford diocese, which is the home of Freda Davies, diocesan president of the Mothers’ Union. She tells me that the crib, the work of her members, emerges from her attic for Advent Sunday, and is then passed round the parish from home to home where there ...

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