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SHEEP FLOCK TO STOKESLEY
On Thursday 9 November at Stokesley Church there was a gathering of people and of sheep (knitted). They were getting ready for...

CHRISTMAS SHEEP COFFEE MORNING
On Sat 2 Dec 10am-noon. The coffee morning will include a Sheep-themed gift stall, Christmas Puddings for sale, a Guess the Weight of the Christmas Cake Competition, delicious home-baking and Fairtrade coffee and tea served all morning.

BLESSING OF THE SHEEP
Then, on Sun 3 Dec, the sheep will be 'Blessed' before they set off on their journeys round the shops and small business along the High Street.

FOLLOW THE SHEEP TRAIL
The Sheep Trail will start on Tues 5 Dec. All are invited to search for the sheep and find their names. Competition/Entry forms will be available at Church or from Browns Newsagents, East End, and the Newcastle Building Society.

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