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To highlight the vast array of activities taking place in and around Curry Rivel, the website team is bringing you a new series of short articles where we'll focus on one of our local clubs and groups. We are kicking off this series with the Art Group.
The Art Group offers great way to relax in a friendly atmosphere and develop your own creativity. You don't need be a expert and we welcome people of all abilities. We meet on Mondays 9.45am-12.45pm in the Chatham Room of the Village Hall (except Bank Holiday Mondays). Bring your own materials and do your own project (there is no teacher). Fee is £2.00 per session with tea/coffee and biscuits included. Our work is displayed in the foyer of the Village Hall and is changed every two months.
For further details please contact: Laraine Hayes on 01458 253126 or email: laraine.rae1@gmail.com

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