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Sunday Evening - 6.00pm
Our evening services rotate around three local Methodist churches. Click here to find out more...
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It is unclear how the Surrey man caught the virus, with no obvious link to overseas travel, officials say.
Syria war: Turkey lets refugees exit towards Europe
The move comes after 33 Turkish troops were killed in Syria, where 1m civilians are fleeing fighting.
Asia Bibi: I always believed I would be freed
The Pakistani Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy after years on death row says she hopes to one day return to Pakistan.
Leap Year: What it's like being born on 29 February?
People around the world tell us what it's like being born on 29 February.
Greta Thunberg in Bristol: 'The world is on fire'
The Swedish teen environmental campaigner rallies protesters ahead of a march through the city.
Teen girl beats boys to 'make history' as state champion
Heaven Fitch overcame male wrestlers to become North Carolina's first girl to win a secondary school title.
Trump urges Afghans to seize opportunity for peace
A deal will be signed with the Taliban on Saturday as the US prepares to exit Afghanistan.
Walkout as Polanksi wins 'best director' at Césars
The Polish-French director is wanted in the US for the statutory rape of a 13-year-old in the 1970s.
Paris Gare de Lyon: Fire at station amid DR Congo concert protest
Police said there had been "unacceptable incidents" linked to a Congolese singer's concert.
Knife offenders lack male role models, says senior police officer
Senior officers says it is "too easy" to blame cuts, social media and drugs for a rise in offences.
Ironbridge flooding: Barriers repaired before Storm Jorge hits
More heavy rain is expected in Ironbridge, as engineers finish replacing damaged defences.
Huntington's disease: Woman with gene fails in bid to sue NHS
A woman claimed the NHS had a duty of care to tell her about her father's fatal, inherited brain condition.
Immigration: Conservative MP brands social care advice 'facile'
A Tory MP attacks the government for saying employers should "redouble" efforts to recruit UK staff.
The Papers: 'War on virus' with emergency laws
The front pages continue to be dominated by the impact of the coronavirus on the UK.
Making chopsticks into house furnishings
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Latvia railway: Why I love living in an old train station
Milda Romanova's home is an old rail station, and at 88 she still loves all things trains.
Week in Pictures: 22-28 February
A gallery selection of news photographs taken around the world this week.
How calisthenics helped a former raver kickstart a new lifestyle
A former raver says calisthenics helped her through a difficult time and kickstarted a new lifestyle.
Laura Kuenssberg: The decade that shattered trust in politics
Laura Kuenssberg explores the scandals that shook faith in elites at the start of the 21st century.
Facemasks on catwalk at Fashion Week
Marine Serre's show saw models wear outfits complete with matching facemasks.
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