Dappleshire Safari Supper

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Safari Supper
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The annual Dappleshire Circuit Safari Supper is on Saturday 9 June from 6.00 pm. A four-course supper is being offered during the evening, concluding with entertainment.

Participants will learn the location for their starter shortly before the day, and the location of each subsequent course will then be revealed on the night. All the circuit churches are involved in some way, including Glebe now that it's had its Food Hygiene Inspection. Remembering last year's difficulties, there are definitely no prawns on this year's menu!

Tickets are available from the Circuit Administrator, Kavita White.

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