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1 The story of Holy Week and Easter has been told in artwork around the village of Lavenham, in Suffolk, in an Easter Art Trail, organised by the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul. Sixty-six pieces of artwork, including The Last Supper by Diane Fracknell (pictured), were created by members of the com­munity as young as three years old, and displayed in 37 shops, restaurants, and hotels from 1 April until today. A selec­tion will be used as the focus of ...

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