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Norfolk church collects old tools for Africa

ToolsMission430Wymondham Baptist Church is collecting tools that can be used or recycled for use in African countries to help people become self sufficient with a regular income.

 
"Sending good quality tools into Uganda, Nigeria and India provides an opportunity for those receiving them to earn a living and make the first step to change their world. Please join me in supporting Tools with a Mission in this important work," said Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu.
 
 Working with Tools With A Mission the church is making a collection on Saturday April 13 between 10am and 4pm. If you need any further details please contact office@wymondhambaptist.org

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