COGUK announces Feast site
LINCOLN, England--A Feast of Tabernacles observance is planned for the south-coast resort of Boscombe, Dorset, just a mile or so east of Bournemouth, announced James McBride of the Churches of God UK. The site is on the edge of the famed New Forest, yards from Boscombe Bay and in easy striking distance of numerous ancient and modern attractions.
"We have located a suitable hotel and been offered quite favorable terms for those who wish to stay on the premises," said Mr. McBride.
The site will observe the Feast on the traditional days, this year beginning on the evening of Sept. 24.
The rate is 175 British pounds per person, which includes a four-course evening meal for eight nights for the cost of seven.
"Bed and breakfast only will be around 130 pounds," said Mr. McBride. "There is an en-suite supplement per person per night, and the hotel has facilities for the disabled."
Mr. McBride hopes as many Feastgoers as possible book into the hotel for the Feast.
"If you wish to do so, and to aid with planning, please let us know as soon as you can if this would be your choice. There are, of course, self-catering flats and houses and other hotels within reasonable distance for those who would prefer."
Feast organizers will soon mail out a brochure with full information and a registration form. Contact Mr. McBride with any questions about the festival.
The Church of God UK is associated with the Churches of God Outreach Ministries, a federation of independent Church of God assemblies.
For more information write Mr. McBride at P.O. Box 2525, Lincoln, LN5 7PF, England, or email@example.com.
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