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December 5th — This is our Christmas Lunch at the Fox at Denchworth.

December 12th — Our term ends with a Service of Holy Communion led by Rev Keith Underhill.

January 9th — We begin the term with a service of Holy Communion led by our Minister, Rev Keith Underhill.

January 16th — This is our New Year social afternoon and we are pleased to welcome a group of ladies from "Singing for Fun" to entertain us. There will also be refreshments.

January 23rd — Robin Radley from Chiks Children's Homes in Kerala State, India, will give an illustrated talk on their work, also the recent disastrous flood damage which cost many lives.

January 30th — Barbara Kershaw will give an illustrated talk about her train journey to Vienna.

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