St Andrew's Women's Group - November Meeting

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Well despite the weather we had a very impressive turn out at our November meeting.
The talk this month was on The Vine Project, which originally started when support was needed for Grannies caring for orphaned Grandchildren in South Africa. Sonia McCann took us through the last six years of the project and told us of the orphaned children's' need for education and stability.

Our next meeting is our Christmas Lunch on Wednesday 4th December at the George and Dragon.

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. You do not have to belong to St Andrew's to come to our meetings, and for £2.00 which includes Tea/Coffee and biscuits it makes a really varied, interesting and friendly evening.

May I take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and Healthy New Year.

Jenny Burkhill-HowarthSecretary St Andrew's Women's Group

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