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At Carlyle Cottage, Wolf's Lane, Chawton GU34 2DS

Easter is on the way — so it must be time for Lent Lunches in Chawton!

To refresh your memory — every week in Lent, someone in Chawton will host a simple 'soup lunch' in aid of their chosen charity and it's always a very friendly occasion.

This year my Lent Lunch is on Saturday 24th March (the last LL this year, so don't miss it!) any time between 12 and 2pm. We anticipate a very happy time and all in a very good cause — Action for Children.

I chose the last date so that the daffodils would be in full flower — just hope they won't be over!

Offers of help would be greatly appreciated.

Kate Wilson (01420 86602)

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