Weybourne Church seeks Christmas donkeys
All Saints Church in Weybourne is looking for one or more donkeys for its planned Christmas Eve nativity service.
An appeal has gone out to donkey owners in the county to see if anyone would be willing to lend their animals for the church's nativity service. The church feels that using live donkeys will help to bring the event to life. It is understood that donkeys are happier travelling in pairs, so the church would be very happy to accommodate one or two reasonably well behaved animals.
The vicar is Rev Ian Dyble, who previously had donkeys at nativity services when he was based in Norwich, and is keen to bring the same to the nativity service at in his new coastal parish.
Sarah Glew, group administrator at the Weybourne Group of Parishes, said: "As you know it's been quite a tough few months for everyone and we want to bring a real sense of community back to the area. We really want to bring our nativity service to life, but we have hit a bump in the road - we seem to have tried everywhere but we can find no donkeys."
Anyone able to help is asked to email Ms Glew at email@example.com.
This is based on a story which appeared in the North Norfolk News.
The donkey picture is courtesy of JackieLou DL from Pixabay.
The image of All Saints Weybourne is courtesy of Simon Knott at Norfolk Churches.
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