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Everyone is invited to come along to the Jolly Farmer, Blacknest, for an evening of chat and skittles.

Please make a note in your diary — Monday 28th October 7.00 — 10pm

The cost is just £10.00 per head, and that includes a choice of a basket meal — chicken, quiche, scampi, fish cakes or sausage roll, pork ribs, all served with chips.

Tickets are available from the POTR Parish Centre office, the Methodist church office, from Tim Codling or David Allan. Numbers are limited to 35. If you would like to attend please add your name to the list in the foyer along with your meal choice.

Look forward to seeing you there!

For further details please contact David Allan on 01420 84739 or Tim Codling (Parish of the Resurrection) on 01420 80388

If transport is a problem, please call David Allan

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