Donkey leads the way

A donkey was led through Leyland as part of the tradition of Palm Sunday.'The donkey - 27-year-old Sally - was began her journey from St Ambrose Church, in Moss Lane, Leyland. 'She was accompanied by her owners, Carol and Steve Limmer, from Whittle-le-Woods.'The procession started at around 10.15am on Sunday and involved a journey around the outside of the church.'Sally was then taken into the church and blessed by Rev. Clarke before leaving to return home to her stable'PIXS BY KEN CHAPMAN
A donkey was led through Leyland as part of the tradition of Palm Sunday.'The donkey - 27-year-old Sally - was began her journey from St Ambrose Church, in Moss Lane, Leyland. 'She was accompanied by her owners, Carol and Steve Limmer, from Whittle-le-Woods.'The procession started at around 10.15am on Sunday and involved a journey around the outside of the church.'Sally was then taken into the church and blessed by Rev. Clarke before leaving to return home to her stable'PIXS BY KEN CHAPMAN
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A Chorley donkey was led through Leyland as part of the tradition of Palm Sunday.

The donkey - 27-year-old Sally - was began her journey from St Ambrose Church, in Moss Lane, Leyland.

She was accompanied by her owners, Carol and Steve Limmer, from Whittle-le-Woods.

The procession started at around 10.15am on Sunday and involved a journey around the outside of the church.

Sally was then taken into the church and blessed by Rev. Clarke before leaving to return home to her stable.