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Our programme for this month is as below . Everyone is welcome to come along and join us, the meeting starts at 2:00pm and finished with a cup of tea and a biscuit, — so, see you there!

February 7th Shelley Edwards from Trading Standards will tell us how to avoid being scammed, e.g. doorstep, phone, etc.

14th Edward Fitzgibbon will talk about his lute and theorbo and will then play for us.

21st Reverend Keith Underhill will give us a talk entitled : "Can You Taste the Story?"

28th Nathan Rooke from the Wantage and Didcot Fire Service will be talking about Fire Safety in the home and elsewhere.

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