Hot off the press

Archbishop Sentamu with Mark's colleague PatGrapevine, St Luke's magazine for the community of Burton Stone Lane, has reached its 40th issue.

This milestone is due to a lot of hard work by many people, writing and sending articles and pictures, collecting information about coming events - and then footslogging around St Parish delivering each issue to every house.

But there are two special thanks - to Mark Comer who designs and puts Grapevine together, and to his employer, The Max Design & Print Co, whose sponsorship and support for Grapevine makes it possible for St Luke's to produce it in the first place.

So how do you celebrate a 40th issue going to press? Why not get someone special to press that button... and who better than the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu (seen with Mark's colleague Pat)!

Photos... Mark Comer, of course.




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