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Issued in 1999 as the Royal Theatre, Marilyn suggested painting the model as a church in 2005. This is the second design and colour in the LP30. Many irregular church goers flock to Christmas services, often as a nostalgic reminder of childhood. Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve is especially popular. Since 1938 Carols by Candlelight concerts have been held outside in summertime Australia.

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Hazle Ceramics
Carols by Candlelight
LP30: 3 designs/colourways
on Northampton
With added 22ct gold
Issued at Cobham, where
The Community Church is

 By Chris after a children’s event in 2007, Northampton’s Royal Theatre was designed by the prolific Victorian theatre architect Charles John Phipps.

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Christmas Carols
Carols were once celebratory communal songs. Folk carols sung outside over Christmas go back to the 13th century. In the 1800s composers re-popularised carols. From 1880 many became approved hymns. Some carols have been based on medieval chord patterns, giving a characteristic sound. In 1918 the first Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols began in Truro as a more imaginative form of worship, now global.

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 A masterpiece of Medieval and Renaissance music, folksy carols and plainchant over 2 CDS.

 A big part of most faiths, candles were were formerly made from animal tallow. Paraffin is primarily used today with no-smoke soya wax also popular. This Advent flame has burnt down to 4th of December.

 A CD from The Riverside Church Choir in New York.

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