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Sing Christmas 2017 South Wigston

On Monday 18th December people from South Wigston Methodist Church, St Thomas C of E and the URC joined with members of South Wigston Working Men's Club to join in with Radio Leicester's Sing Christmas. We provided the publicity, the song sheets & the mince pies. This is the second time we have gone next door to the club rather than holding the event in church. It's not to everyone's taste but we share the joy of Christmas with people who probably wouldn't come into the church.

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