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Coffee Morning at the Cresswells

Profit for Action for Children & World Mission

"The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things" and it's also time for us to invite you all to join us for coffee and a chat at 7 Will Hall Close.

This will be our twenty-fifth year — so we hope to make it an enjoyable occasion.

There will be cakes, plants and a raffle — and the opportunity to wander around the garden but, more importantly, a chance to meet, talk and laugh with, and enjoy each other's company.

The address: 7 Will Hall Close
The date: Saturday 30th April
Time: 10am-12noon

Do come if you can, we'd love to see you!!

John & Marian

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