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St Marys Church, Maiden Newton The following information on St Marys is reproduced here by kind permission of the Parochial Church Council. Please support our beautiful church. You may buy the leaflet from which this information comes in the Church for a bargain 30p and any more contributions will be happily received via the donation boxes in the Church. New Church Website St Mary's Maiden Newton has a new dedictaed website, with a wide range of useful information. To ...

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Maiden Newton Village Hall will be hosting a breakfast morning from 9-11am this Saturday (8th October), in aid of the Friends of St Marys Church, Maiden Newton. Entrance costs £4.00 per adult, £2.00 per child, with a family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) being £10.00. Food to include Full English Breakfast, Cereals, Juice and tea and coffee....

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