Programme for ADCA Coffee Club

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ADCA Coffee Morning

Following on the great success of Ray Smith's description of life in Audlem and Hankelow, ADCA is pleased to announce the programme of talks and discussions for the Coffee Club.

The Coffee Club meets every Friday morning at Thornton House at 10am, and anyone is welcome to attend.

A|DCA (Audlem and District Community Action) are also looking for volunteer drivers to go on a rota doing one Tuesday in four. Please contact Ronni Briggs on 07917 638809 about this, or if you know of potential new memnbers for the Day Club.

#March
Friday 23rd   Informal chat

Friday 30th  Tales of growing up in Yorkshire. By Roger Millns

#April
Friday 13th  informal chat

Friday 27th  Interesting train journeys in the world by Simon Dickinson

#May
Friday 4th  This months gardening tips by Fran Hughes

Friday 11th  Informal chat

Friday 18th  Vet stories by Hayden Christie

Friday 25th Informal chat.

#June
Friday 1st  This months gardening tips by Fran Hughes

Friday 8th  Informal chat

Friday15th  World war 1, a talk by Bob Cartwright

Friday 22nd  Informal chat

Friday 29th  RAF adventures by Chris King,

 

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