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Guessing the number of buttons on Teddy’s waistcoat with Pam Gray and American author Will Vaus and Abbots resident and church member Anne Jenkins.


POTS OF GOLD AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW FAIR


Last month the Abbots Langley Methodist Church held its popular annual Rainbow Fair and once again it was a huge success. The fair drew in the crowds to its brightly


decked hall, which offered an array of stalls and refreshments. The fair was opened by Liz Jones, or Brown


Owl, as she is known by the 1st Abbots Langley Brownies, who recently started using the Methodist Church hall for their meetings. The fair was buzzing until after midday, by which point several of the stalls had sold out of their stock. Tony Manning, who helped organise the event,


told My Abbots News: “It was a huge success and everyone who attended and helped at the fair had a lovely time. Nearly £1,700 was raised, which will be shared between the church funds and the 1st Abbots Langley Brownie pack.” A guest appearance was made by American


author Will Vaus, an international author and speaker who specialises in teaching about C.S. Lewis and Narnia. Will was signing copies of his new book, The Hidden Story of Narnia, of which Abbots resident and church member Anne Jenkins is quoted on the front cover. When Anne was ten years old she wrote to C.S. Lewis and


received a very in-depth letter in response to her question. Ann, of Margaret Close, toldMy Abbots News:


“Will contacted me earlier this year after he read an article about C.S. Lewis that I was mentioned in.


“He is a really lovely man and has a real sense of calm and peace about him.”


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