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FLOWER FUND COFFEE MORNING
WITH STALLS, CAKES ETC.

AT ISAAC WATTS CHURCH

ON SATURDAY 29th APRIL 2017

10.30AM - NOON

Please come and help support this
important fund.

Eve Scally

The Solent Area Fellowship Band will holding a concert in the church on the 9th June 2017 at 7.30pm, tickets will be £6.00 and monies raised go to church funds.

Join us for what promises to be an evening of wonderful music and fellowship: refreshments will be served during the evening.

Please contact Jill (80701973) or Iris (80767552) to book your ticket.

Introduction

While fear of immigrants and refugees has existed for some time, in the time since the Brexit vote and President’s Trump’s election, it has become particularly palpable. This fear is in part fuelled by the media and can be seen in many newspaper headlines related to immigration.