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Worship Fit for a King?

Today was a big day for the town I live in.

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla visited the town on an official Royal Visit.

They were said to arrive anytime between 2 - 3:30pm. So I arrived at about 1/4 to 2 to get a good position. When I arrived most of the good spots had already been taken. It was a grey, cold and rather miserable day but people's spirits were high. As more and more school children arrived with union jack flags to wave, the sense of excitement and anticipation grew.

2 o'clock came and went, still they had not arrived.

By about half past 2, the police escorted cars came round the corner and they had arrived.

They spent a good deal of time greeting people in the crowds who had lined the streets, as well as greeting the school children before entering into St Peter and St Paul's church where they were to officially meet the designated people they had come to see.

It was a good day for the town.

This whole event got me thinking about our wo…

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