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Wednesday Fellowship — we look forward to welcoming you to our meetings this month — all meetings begin at 2:00pm

3rd May — Michael and Gillian Taylor will give an illustrated talk on bees and bee-keeping.

10th May — Hazel Townsend will tell us about her visit to an Orthopaedic Children's Hospital in India. Hazel hoped to be able to help some of the children there.

17th May — Lizzy Hartley is a Trustee of the charity "School for Romania" which delivers special needs education and therapeutic support to young adults with disabilities who have grown up in institutions in the north of Romania.

24th May — We welcome back our friend Chris Caddy who will give an illustrated talk entitled "Towns, Past, Present and Future".

31st May — Chris Smith from Specsavers will tell us about the services that they offer. (Postponed from last January)

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