St Andrew's Womens' Group Outing

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Our July meeting took us to the Dorothy Clive Gardens, where we spent a very enjoyable afternoon visiting the different areas of the gardens and experiencing the delights of afternoon tea, as can be seen from the photographs. We were very lucky with the weather and despite the sun not shining at least it was dry. There will be no meeting in August but we start back on Wednesday 4th September with our AGM followed by a Social Evening.
You do not have to belong to St Andrew's Womens' Group to come to our meetings, and for £2.00 which includes Tea/Coffee and biscuits, it makes a really varied, interesting and friendly evening.

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