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ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE

Pax Cake distribution, St Catherine's church, Hoarwithy, Hereford and Worcester. England 1974 Palm Sunday. The Revd. Idris Michael Evans, the Vicar of Hentland with Hoarwithy and Sidesman  Mr Stan Jones. The image on the Pax cake is the 'Agnus Dei', the Lamb of God.<br />
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In the 1970s, Pax Cakes were distributed at both St. Catherine’s Church (Chapel of ease) Hoarwithy and St Dubricius (Parish Church) Hentland.
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TRADITIONAL FOLKLORE ANNUAL CUSTOMS AND ANNUAL VILLAGE TRADITIONS 1970S UK
Pax Cake distribution, St Catherine's church, Hoarwithy, Hereford and Worcester. England 1974 Palm Sunday. The Revd. Idris Michael Evans, the Vicar of Hentland with Hoarwithy and Sidesman Mr Stan Jones. The image on the Pax cake is the 'Agnus Dei', the Lamb of God.

In the 1970s, Pax Cakes were distributed at both St. Catherine’s Church (Chapel of ease) Hoarwithy and St Dubricius (Parish Church) Hentland.

Filename: Pax Cake distribution St Catherines church, Hoarwithy, Herefordshire BRITISH COUNTRY CUSTOMS ANNUAL EVENTS .jpg
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From gallery: ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE
Source: Homer Sykes
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Location: Hoarwitty, Herefordshire
Credit: Homer Sykes
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