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* BULKINGTON Congregational Church is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year.

One of a series of special events is a Sunday School and Church re-union on Saturday, May 21, from 2-5 pm.

Can I issue a very warm invitation to anyone who has previously attended the Church or Sunday School to join with us on this occasion.

It will be a great opportunity to renew friendships and to view a display of photographs and other interesting artefacts.

Peter L Mackenzie, Pastor, School Road, Bulkington.* I WAS interested to read in your local election coverage that Brian Patton had been so comprehensively defeated in his bid to be elected to Coventry City Council in Henley ward.

This presumably marks the end of a political career in which Mr Patton has stood for Labour and the Lib Dems, and as an independent.

As Mr Patton obviously doesn't know whose side he's on, it's not surprising that the voters don't believe he's on theirs.

Steven Thomas, Southbank Road, Coundon, Coventry.
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Date:May 12, 2011
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