World Leprosy Day

By Mission in Action

On 24 April 2021

Thank you for your support

As St Peter’s was closed in January, World Leprosy Day was celebrated rather belatedly on 18 April. After a most inspiring talk from Melissa, cash donations were received in church and a cheque came in later which meant we were able to send £244.49 to the Leprosy Mission in time to meet the 24 April deadline for match-funding from UK Aid. The Leprosy Mission Unconditional Appeal therefore benefited by almost £500 as a result of our efforts. If you would like to learn more, or to donate, visit https://www.leprosymission.org.uk

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