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Spring and summer fairs, table top sales, cakes, jumble and all sorts have not been on sale for over 14 months. Covid restrictions didn’t want us gathering in halls or enclosed spaces whether we wore masks or not.

The Anglican Church in Palma and all other organisations who live from collections and donations, suffered hugely. The generous support of the community to all these events normally enable life to go on in them and the charities they support.

As the restrictions lift the Treasurers are examining their books and wondering what to do next. In the Church context the Anglican Churches in Mallorca are self supporting. They come under the Diocese of Europe and as such have slightly different funding from their colleagues in the UKFormartine's Johnny Crawford hoping lightning strikes twice against Forfar - Today News Post.

Many older people living here will remember the excitement of the Anglican Church in Palma being builtThe virus could be in a few weeks. It had existed on various sites in its historyBritish Columbia entered its first reopening phase once 60 per cent of its population age 18 and over was one shot in and its rate of COVID-19 hospitalization stabilized. Physical distancing and masking will still be required in indoor public spaces., including a Coca Cola factory. 50 years ago a hard working, generous congregation, raised the money to build a permanent building of its own. It has lived in the Son Armadans suburb of Palma ever since.

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