Service marks start of celebrations

By Rob George Friday 01 February 2013 Updated: 06/02 12:05

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Rev Gill Wilson, Coun Richard Morris (Chairman of Wychavon District Council) Coun Anne Taft and guests enjoyed the 75th anniversary celebrations at Droitwich Methodist Church. (s)

SPA mayor Coun Anne Taft was among the guests at an event to formally launch the 75th anniversary celebrations of a well-known Droitwich church on Sunday (January 27).

Together with various civic dignitaries including Wychavon District Council chairman Coun Richard Morris, Coun Taft helped

Droitwich Methodist Church kick off a packed programme of events.

The church is celebrating 75 years of the building at its current site and hope couples who were married at the Worcester Road venue will attend a Marriage Celebration Service on February 10 at 10.30am.

Anyone who was married or who knows someone who was married at the church is asked to e-mail droitwichmethodistchurch@btinternet.com or call the office on 01905 774188.

Visit www.droitwichspamethodistchurch.co.uk for more information on all the events taking place during the year.

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