The following is part of a longer article posted on the Church of England website this week:
‘'More than four out of ten adults will attend church this Christmas – up by a third in the past four years.
Christmas worshippers are on the increase with more than 43 per cent of Britain’s adult population expected to attend church over the festival, according to a survey by opinion pollster ORB. The figure has been steadily rising since the turn of the millennium from the 33 per cent found by ORB in 2001, to 39 per cent in 2003 and now 43 per cent in 2005.
ORB surveyed 1019 adults aged 18 and over by a random telephone poll between November 4 and 6, 2005.’'
St. Mark's, Flecknoe: Holy Communion on Christmas Day, 10.30am.