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St George's church in Wash Common welcomed an unusual congregation through its doors for a special 'pet service'.

Pet owners brought their furry friends in for the afternoon event, with around two-dozen people attending.

They were joined by a parade of cats, dogs and even guinea pigs for the service, which celebrated people's special relationship with their pets.

Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.

The event on Sunday was overseen by St George's vicar, the Rev Becky Bevan.

Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
The Rev Becky Bevan with Connie Maunders (6), Sparkler, Matilda Hogg (6) and Oreo.
The Rev Becky Bevan with Connie Maunders (6), Sparkler, Matilda Hogg (6) and Oreo.
Ed Schofield and Janis Blake (back row) with (seated) Tina Schofield and her daughters Poppy (10) and Lily (12), with Cockapoo Lula.
Ed Schofield and Janis Blake (back row) with (seated) Tina Schofield and her daughters Poppy (10) and Lily (12), with Cockapoo Lula.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.
Pet service at St George's Church in Wash Common.


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