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Friday Club

The Friday Get together Club.
There are still many people who could benefit from coming along to the village hall on a Friday and join in with similar folk at the Get Together Club. You could be missing a lot of fun.

Starting at around 10am each Friday with a cup of tea or coffee, and there is always time for everyone to have a chat and renew old friendships. Folk can join in with a game of cards, board games or simply talk and joke with the others or the volunteers.

Helpers are always on hand to talk or listen to anything the folk have to say. At least once a month there will have some sort of entertainment such as music and singing.

A two-course home-cooked meal is served for everyone. A meal is cooked by a chef in the kitchen, in the Village Hall.
Anyone who would like to volunteer as a helper would be very welcome as well.

Curry Rivel Active Living Group
Curry Rivel Village Hall
Fri 10am-1pm
For more details, please contact either Mike Mason on 01458 252076; email: mikemaso223@gmail.com or Jemma Lawson on 07786 190221

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