Families enjoy picnic at Wisbech Park
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Around 20 people enjoyed a picnic at Wisbech Park over the weekend.
After meeting by the playground at lunchtime, families and friends ate a picnic together before the children played in the playground.
The event was organised by Messy Wisbech, a monthly all-age church service which is held in the Queen Mary Centre and run by The King’s Church.
Matt McChlery, one of the organisers, said: “We have families, children and old grannies coming along to Messy Church.
“There are craft activities, songs with a message and then we finish by eating a meal together.
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“We thought a picnic would be something different to do in the summer holidays, to catch up with each other.”
At the end of July, Messy Church organised a day trip to Hunstanton beach.
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A spokesman said: “Messy Church is a fun, creative, all-age way of doing and being church.”
The next Messy Church event is on September 9.
For more information visit www.messywisbech.org.uk or search @messywisbech on Facebook.