Curry Rivel Active Living Group Program for Jan, Feb & Mar 2018.
Curry Rivel Active Living Group meet on Fridays in the Village Hall 10.00am-2.00pm and offer a variety of activities both active- and craft-based. Speakers and musical events are on every fortnight. A friendly and interesting day including coffee, tea and biscuits and a home-cooked lunch. All welcome but please ring to pre-book lunch.
New volunteers are most welcome — come along and meet us. The Club provides the opportunity to take part in a game of cards, quizzes, bingo, local activities, enjoy the company of others and access information about keeping well and active. Taking place in a café style environment, the group can also offer advice on preventative services and activities for older people. In association with Somerset County Council — Active Living.
Contact: Jemma Lawson firstname.lastname@example.org
- - January 2018
- --5th Malcolm Gregory (The keyboard Man)
- --12th Games
- --19th Bright & High (singing duo)
- --26th Games
- -February 2018
- --2nd Def Plus & Games
- --9th Mike Bolton ( local interest talk)
- --16th Games
- --23rd Sarah Meikle (Soft Fabric Craft)
- -March 2018
- --2nd Games
- --9th Steve Southerland (Music 50s 60, & 70s)
- --16th Games
- --23rd Lottie Dale (History of Aloe Vera)
- --30th Closed
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