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During the week 29 July to 2 August Hoddesdon Methodist Church ran their annual Holiday Club we had about 20 children of mixed ages. Some Juniors were in the Hall and 5 seniors were in the Parlour.

The Seniors built a tent of cardboard etc and supplied items for their journey.

Everyone had an absolutely fantastic week, filled with lots of fun and laughter, crafts and cooking, we watched a DVD of the Parables and played games in the car park.

They say 'a picture is worth a thousand words' so do have a closer look at some of the fun catching picture with this news article....

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