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2nd Inspirational Circuit Meeting — Didcot Methodist Church, Monday 24th February 2020 at 7:30pm

We are delighted that the Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, Professor Clive Marsh has agreed to come to speak to us on the evening of 24th February. This meeting is open to anyone who would like to come along.

Clive is an engaging speaker and will be sharing with us something of his theme for this year — the importance of story.

It will be an inspirational evening, an opportunity to hear what Clive has to say and an opportunity to meet the Vice-President of Conference!

This is indeed, an opportunity not to be missed. If anyone would like transport to Didcot, please do let either Keith or one of the stewards know ASAP.

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