Tarvin Methodist Church
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Tarvin Methodist Church
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By Jenny Burkhill-Howarth - 13th September 2017 6:00am
Our first meeting of the Women's Group was on Wednesday 6th September with the AGM followed by Liz Weston entertaining us with more tales from her Autobiography of a Common Woman. What a talented lady she is and full of fun, just what we needed to follow the AGM. During the meeting Ruth, Lynn and Jenny announced that they would be sadly retiring after twenty years running the Women's Group. The idea of the Group was first instigated by the Revd David Herbert and all three ladies were asked if they thought it was a good idea! Well it has certainly worked with all three continuing to run the group very successfully. The hope is that someone will step in to continue their work and run the Women's Group with help from us all. Our next meeting is on Wednesday 4th October when our speaker, Jean Williams, will talk on her Recollections of Tennant Farming.
If you would like to give us a try do come along on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Room next to St Andrew's Church. All are welcome to our meetings, and for £2.00 which includes Tea/Coffee and biscuits it makes a really varied, interesting and friendly evening.
6 Sept AGM and Liz Weston
4 Oct Recollections of Tennant Farming
1 Nov Fr. Michael Burgess — Fun, Faith and
6 Dec Christmas Party
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