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All creatures live and painting

IT WAS an arts festival with a difference at All Saints', Moulton, in Lincoln diocese. It was organised over the summer Bank Holiday by Mary Bryce to celebrate her 80th birthday. Ms Bryce is a wildlife artist, and gave it the theme of "All Creatures Great and Small".

The event became a four-day extravaganza of exhibitions and displays in church, the Priest-in-Charge, the Revd Rosamund Seal, says. Besides paintings by Ms Bryce and many of her artist friends, there ...

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