Theresa Scott: November 2014
The Circuit Network Committee wishes to thank all involved in the recent Circuit Network Day at Privett Street. A good time was had by all.
The guest speaker was Mrs Gloria Treddle, who gave an illustrated talk on her recent visit to South Africa. The day began and ended with worship, led by the Rev'd Janet Langley. A lunch was served, featuring dishes from different parts of the world. A range of activities was on offer in the afternoon from festive crafts (for the less active) to karate (for the overly energetic). A successful retiring collection covered all the costs.
For details of the next Circuit Network Day please contact the Circuit Network Secretary, Theresa Scott, on 01399 833584.
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