Stockbridge, Longstock and Leckford

in the TEST VALLEY BENEFICE.

St Mary in Silouette by Paul Kidd
St Mary in Silouette by Paul Kidd
Parishes of Leckford, Longstock and Stockbridge are in vacancy.
Please contact churchwardens with any queries.
Dawn Williams.  Leckford 810724
Maddie Hedley. Longstock 810284
Geoff Cox. Stockbridge 810055
 (all with code 01264)
emails:
Leckford: dawney542@btinternet.com
Longstock:
mjh723@btinternet.com
Stockbridge:
geoff@medlarcottage70.plus.com
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Daily Financial Advice from Money Morning

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What really scares markets about the latest Brexit mess

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