School leavers given Bibles at farewell service

PUBLISHED: 15:33 31 July 2008 | UPDATED: 10:56 17 June 2010

NINETY Year Six leavers from St Nicholas School, Woolbrook, received Bibles and a dictionary at a special service conducted by Prebendary Reverend David James at the end of term.

NINETY Year Six leavers from St Nicholas School, Woolbrook, received Bibles and a dictionary at a special service conducted by Prebendary Reverend David James at the end of term.

The Bibles were funded through churches in East Devon, while the dictionaries came from the school.

Alexa Baker, retiring chairman of St Nicks' PTA said: "Some children spoke about their time at the school and some did a prayer.

"Afterwards they were invited back for a cream tea at the school.


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