By Audlem Webteam - 9th October 2008 6:32am
Ruth Kemble writes: "Many thanks to everyone — approximately 60 of you of all ages — who visited the Tower at St James' Church on Sunday. We all enjoyed the afternoon and hope that you did too. Thank you too for the generous donations to the Clock Fund — that will soon be put to good use.
"If you would like another taste of ringing and perhaps brush up on lesson one and try lesson 2, you will be most welcome. Please ring 01270 811887 to make sure that we are expecting you.
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