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ADCA Coffee Club 2012
This Friday, the 6th January, sees the first Coffee Club of 2012 between 10am and 12 noon at Thornton House. So come along and join us for a cup of coffee and a catch up on the news after the Christmas and New Year break.

2011 ended with a 15 people enjoying mulled wine and mince pies at the Friday Coffee Club and agreeing topics for the coming year as follows:

January 6th — Coffee Club reopens

January 13th — 'Our Superstitions' — Touch wood someone will be leading this topic

January 20th — 'A Day on the Flight Deck of aircraft carrier HMS Victorious in 1960' — Simon Dickinson

January 27th — 'Poems wot I wrote' — Jessica Trudgill

February 3rd — 'Gardening Tips' — Fran Hughes

February 10th — 'Tales and Photos of Travelling Abroad' — Tony Dugdale

March 2nd — 'More Gardening Tips' — Fran Hughes

March 9th — 'Memories of Hankelow and Audlem' — Ray Smith

Volunteers for leading a discussion topic gratefully accepted. Please contact me on 01270 811375 or email" target="_blank"> or ring Ronni Briggs on 07813281614.

Roger Millns — Chairman ADCA


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