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History Society Coffee morning success!

The history society was at full throttle on Saturday morning as people
brought in their treasured photographs. 4 scanners were in action
plus cameramen, not to forget the refreshment providers.

Sometimes there was too much to cope with and appointments have been made to meet again.

Links were made with old school chums and neighbours and a display was up to give people more ideas. This display will be shown again at the September meeting and at the 'Border history' Fair at Alsager in October. Thanks to all those who attended and please contact us if you find any photos you want to share.

Thanks Celia

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