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Gravesend church hosts St Andrew’s service

PUBLISHED: 10:00 08 December 2017

St Andrew'’s, Bawley Bay, Gravesend, hosted a St Andrew'’s Day and Seafarers service, attended by almost 60 people. Picture: Ernie Brook

St Andrew'’s, Bawley Bay, Gravesend, hosted a St Andrew'’s Day and Seafarers service, attended by almost 60 people. Picture: Ernie Brook

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A church congregation came together to mark St Andrew’s Day and Seafarers.

St Andrew’s, Bawley Bay, Gravesend, hosted a service attended by almost 60 people, including Deputy Lieutenant of Gravesham Rosemary Dymond, several Gravesham councillors, and members of the Merchant Navy Association, Gravesend RN Cadets and Gravesend and Medway Maritime Volunteer Service.

Mayor of Gravesham Councillor Harold Craske, and Councillor Michael Wenban gave readings, and Rev Samantha Aspinall, of St Paul’s URC, Singlewell, gave a reflection on the readings.

The service was followed by a reception featuring tea, coffee and cakes.

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