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Over the last weekend Slaley Methodist Church celebrated it's Harvest Weekend.

On Saturday Linda and Mal Johnston celebrated their marriage with a wedding blessing led by Rev. Marie Beard. On Sunday the Chapel was full for the Harvest celebration led by Rev. David Goodall and on Monday evening there was an evening of entertainment with Shirley's Girls, Joshua Knowles and Derek Archer. The evening finished with a supper provided by members of the Chapel.

The harvest gifts and donations were given to the West Northumberland Foodbank.

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