Cross purposes

PUBLISHED: 12:30 23 March 2007 | UPDATED: 22:39 28 May 2010

Our picture shows John Bayliss, husband of the Rev Bayliss, with one of the crosses for the festival - Pic: Brian Purdy

Our picture shows John Bayliss, husband of the Rev Bayliss, with one of the crosses for the festival - Pic: Brian Purdy

Crosses of all shapes, sizes and materials will be on display at a March church next week. The materials used are linked to people s organisations or personal life and can be made from anything – from bread and cakes to recycled egg boxes. The three-day e

Crosses of all shapes, sizes and materials will be on display at a March church next week.

The materials used are linked to people's organisations or personal life and can be made from anything - from bread and cakes to recycled egg boxes.

The three-day exhibition runs at Trinity Church, from next Friday to Sunday (10am-4pm Friday, and 2-4pm Saturday and Sunday).

A songs of praise will bring the festival to a close at 6.30pm next Sunday.

The Rev Pam Bayliss, minister at Trinity, said: "We have more than 70 entries so far but there is still time to make a cross and bring your entry."

CONTACT: The Rev Bayliss on 01354 653322.


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