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A month of inspiring events saw up to 1,800 of people enjoying art work, music and even a session with Roly the Clown at St Thomas' Church, Goring throughout September."It's the first venture like this in 900 years at St Thomas's," said Brian Loveridge, Chair of the Mission Committee and church warden.
"It has caused interest and excitment and everything has gone really well."The event featured a special communion service with Bishop John an exhibition of art by Paul Hobs and a women's meeting with Fiona Castle as well as a special service of praise by the All Souls Orchestra.
Clowning around is Roly the Clown ;