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The CAMEO Christmas Tea Afternoon began with a quiz, requiring members to work together to answer a range of general knowledge questions. After all that brain activity they were able to relax and enjoy some musical entertainment. Terri White very kindly brought along three of her pupils who played for us — the first public performance for all three of them! We sang along to some familiar carols played by Terri; and, of course, to the perennial favourite "White Christmas." Everyone then enjoyed a good tea, including the most delicious Christmas cake.

Thank you to Terri, Maisie, Sarah and Eli for the musical entertainment, Carol for the cake and Debbie for the crackers.

CAMEO's first meeting of the new year will be at 2pm on 11th January.

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