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The program of events for 2020 for Audlem WI

9th January 2.00pm Alison Jukes Marie Curie Fundraising
17th January 1.00pm  Anniversary Lunch at the Lord Combermere
6th February 2.00pm David Cummings The Magic of Swans
5th March 2.00pm* Alan Paterson Baptists and Buttons
2nd April7.30pm J. Baddeley A Lancashire Lad and His Ukulele
7th May 7.30pm Resolutions Games evening
4th June 7.30pm Graham Dodd Landscape in Mills
2nd July 7.30pm The Corner Patch Quilts
6th August 2.00pm Garden Party
3rd September 7.30pm Hilda Sheldon Plant Love
1st October 2.00pm Roger Burgess It's a Bobby's Job
5th November 2.00pm AGM Alison Rayne
3rd December  Christmas Party

*Members Meeting

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