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Wednesday Fellowship meetings for October

3rd We welcome Jon Colville from the Treloar Trust who will give an illustrated talk about their wonderful work with physically disabled young people.

10th John Race will give a talk entitled "Humans & other thinking machines, a personal history of computing"

17th Our friend Geoff Caudle will lead our Harvest meeting. (Please bring your contribution to decorate the Harvest table.)

24th We are entertaining ourselves with a poetry afternoon. (Please bring a favourite poem, serious or funny, or an amusing cutting from a
newspaper. If you don't want to read it aloud somebody will do it for you.)

31st Rosemary Stanbury's talk is Future Pillars "Empowering Vulnerable Children in Zambia".

Everyone is very welcome.

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