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Saturday 5th November at the Jolly Farmer, Blacknest 7-10pm

Everyone is invited to come along for an evening of chat and skittles, when St.Lawrence Church will try to defend their 'world skittles title'.

The cost is £10 per head to include a basket meal — choose from battered cod, wholetail scampi, breaded chicken breast, pork and apple sauce burger, and goat's cheese, pesto and red pepper slice, all served with chips.

Numbers are limited to 35. If you'd like to attend, please add your name to the list on the foyer notice board, along with your meal choice.

Payment on the night, please.

If transport is a problem, please call David Allan on 84739.

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