Picnic in Greenshore Forest

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This year's Circuit Picnic is on Sunday 14 July and Greenshore Forest is again the venue.

We meet in the south-west car park at 12.00 noon and amble to the first clearing, which will be our base for the afternoon. Bring a groundsheet or garden chair, as well as a picnic and, if you have any suitable games equipment, bring that too. Games, walks and rambles will be organised in the afternoon and the occasion will end with worship at 5.00 pm.

The Upper Branton interpretive dance troup hopes to be with us this year to share in the worship, as does the recently-formed Over-90s Glee Club from Wesley.

For further information, contact David Morgan or Katie White.

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