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Wise men pass on the Christmas message

SirRichardDannattNorfolk-based Branch Press is using well-known names such as British Army chief General Sir Richard Dannatt, Deputy Lords Speaker Lord Elton and former Met Police head Lord Stevens to get across the Christmas message.
The Press has released its 2007 Christmas Card with a Message, the fifth in a series, entitled ‘Wise Men Seek Him Still.’
This powerful card brings together General Sir Richard Dannatt; Lord Elton, the Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords; Lord Stevens, the former head of the Metroplitan Police; Davey Falcus, a former gangster; Colin Pownall, a former Hells Angel and Dr Ralph Townsend, the Headmaster of Winchester College, as a group of contemporary ‘Wise Men’ who have sought and found Christ.
Paul Szkiler, Chairman of Truestone Asset Management PLC, said: “We have used the Branch Press Christmas Cards with a Message since they were first produced four years ago. We have found them to be an excellent way to communicate to our customers and suppliers the love that God has for them.”
The cards costing 70p each with envelope can be ordered on line at or by post f or by post from The Branch Press, Kirby House, Kirby Bedon, Norwich. NR14 7DZ.
Pictured above is Norwich-based Sir Richard Dannatt (picture Crown Copyright/MOD 2007)


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