Rector supports Bobble Day

11:00 13 February 2013

The Rector of St Paul

The Rector of St Paul's Church gets busy knitting to raise awareness of fuel poverty within the elderly and raise money for Age UK.

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The rector, the Reverend Sue Roberts, gets knitting to raise awareness of fuel poverty.

Knitting needles were at the ready in Honiton to raise awareness of fuel poverty amongst the elderly.

The rector, the Reverend Sue Roberts, braved the cold outside St Paul’s Church, armed with her knitting needles, to raise money for Age UK’s Bobble Day last Friday.

Members of the congregation also joined in to support the initiative.

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