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Christmas Angels Knit & Chat

The afternoons in October proved to be very enjoyable with lots of knitting, plenty of chat and delicious chocolate biscuits to go with the tea.

In November I shall be hosting two knit and chat sessions in the Parlour at church.

The first session will be on Monday 6th November and the second session on Monday 20th November. They will start at 2 pm.

Please come and join me. As I wrote before, if you are taking a break from angels and want to bring other handiwork — that is fine. If you just want tea and a chat then come and encourage the knitters.

Maybe you have a friend who would like to come and join in the angel knitting.

Looking forward to seeing you.

Carolyn Roche

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