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Audlem WI members were treated to a superb display and demonstration of Chinese brush painting at their February meeting which co-incided with the Chinese new year. Lynne Munsden painted many delicate pictures deftly and quickly and in a short time the table was filled with personal originals. She was thanked warmly by Sheila Webster, herself a painter. The WI has organised a theatre outing next month to see 'Me And My Girl' at the Lyceum. The next meeting will be on Thursday 3rd March and visitors and new members are always welcome.


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