Farmers flock to share their views as Archbishop visits Rayne

Braintree and Witham Times: Farmers flock to share their views as Archbishop visits Rayne Farmers flock to share their views as Archbishop visits Rayne

Farmers met with the Archbishop of Canterbury as the Church of England reaffirmed its support for the agricultural community.

The Most Rev Justin Welby joined farmers from across the county for lunch in Rayne on Saturday as part of a two-day visit to the Diocese of Chelmsford.

The event, which took place in The Old School Room, in Shalford Road, included small group discussions over lunch, an address by the Archbishop and a brief question and answer session.

It was organised by the Revd Julie Nelson, priest in charge at All Saints Church in Rayne and rural officer for the Diocese of Chelmsford.

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8:39pm Fri 23 May 14

Bhudeeka says...

So the Churcj should and so should everyone the farming community is vital and everything should be done to help them as they do so muchfor us
So the Churcj should and so should everyone the farming community is vital and everything should be done to help them as they do so muchfor us Bhudeeka
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