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Harvest Festival Weekend

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Event Date: 30/09/2017 - 01/10/2017

Join us for our annual community art and flower festival at St. Mary's Church, Sellindge. This year the theme is Artists & their Paintings.

We encourage community groups and businesses of Sellindge to participate and make a flower arrangement to be a part of the festival of their favourite artist or painting.

The festival will begin on Saturday 30th September. The church will be open for people to view the flowers and artwork. You can also enjoy a ploughman's lunch.

On Sunday 1st October, we will have our annual Harvest Festival Service at 11am and we cordially invite you to join us for this. Any food donated during this service will be donated to those in need locally via Ashford Food Bank.

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