Becci's Leaving Party Friday 16th June

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Leaving Party Cake
Andrew presents gift
Stokesley Bear at the Party
Cutting the Cake

Friday 16th June saw people from around the circuit gather at Great Ayton Methodist Church to say thank you to Becci, our circuit youth worker, and to wish her well as she moves away and gets married.

There was a 'bring and share' meal with plenty of savoury and sweet snacks. The star of the food table was a 'sorry you're leaving cake', which was decorated as a unicorn with pink and white flowers for the mane. Alongside the food, there was a chance to have a go at line dancing.

The evening included gifts and speeches. Revd Andrew Robinson presented a gift on behalf of the whole circuit and thanked Becci for her work in the circuit. Revd Lisa Quarmby presented gifts on behalf of Great Ayton, as Becci was a youth worker at Great Ayton before the job was widen out to include the rest of the circuit. Becci thanked everyone for coming and promised that she would be back to visit before too long.

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