May 16, 2017
On the Market Place on Saturday was the Save the Children Stall.
It is also Christian Aid week and there was also a Christian Aid stall. They were asking people to write on a clothes line what they felt they would most need if they arrived in a foreign country as a refugee.
It is 60 years since the first ever such week, and there are still a band of people delivering and collecting Christian Aid envelopes, door to door – not as many as there used to be.
On the Christian Aid website, I see that Emily, aged eight, from Abingon Baptist Church, designed her own Christian Aid envelope and helped do the door to door collection.
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