Pupils tell the Nativity story
AS SCHOOLCHILDREN prepare for the end of term, Christmas plays have been taking place across Crow Country. St Mary s School, Royston, held theirs last week, as did Reed First School. Both of these were in the traditional Nativity form. Youngsters in Reed
AS SCHOOLCHILDREN prepare for
the end of term, Christmas plays
have been taking place across Crow
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St Mary's School, Royston, held
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Both of these were in the traditional
Youngsters in Reed are also being
encouraged to attend the Christmas
Eve family service at St Mary's
Church in the village.
The Rev Sarah Hillman said: "The
Christmas Eve crib service is aimed
at families with young children.
"It's a short service based around
the retelling of the Christmas story,
and the building of the crib.
"It's normally very well attended,
so do come and join us for a lovely
way of remembering God's gift of a
child to the world, and celebrate.
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