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LABYRINTH SPELT RIGHT THIS TIME

It is a tribute to the discretion of Sentinel readers, and the esteem in which they hold the editor, that not one has pointed out a spelling error which glared boldly from this very front page column last month. The labyrinth in question is of the Prayer variety which, admittedly, is a new concept to most of us. Those with more interest in the appearance and nature than the spelling are warmly invited to the grounds of the United Reformed Church over the Easter weekend, when all will be revealed. Rev. Paul Breeze, the minister, did provide a clue when he told us "It's like a maze marked out on the ground". As part of the (ad)venture, visitors will also learn about the short course in Christian Faith which is being provided at and by the church for the benefit of the local community.

 

 

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