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Uplifting Companions carol service fundraises for ongoing support projects

London, 9 December2020

Companions and members of the Order, friends and volunteers, came to St James’s Spanish Place for a joyous evening of celebration – Christmas carols, interspersed with beautiful readings, followed by a service of Benediction. Strict covid measures were in place throughout.

Chairman of the Companions, Paul Letman, thanked the congregation for their hard work and support during the year for those in great need – and that this year that support was needed more than ever.

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