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The club members continue to enjoy meeting up with each other every month over a convivial lunch at Langport Arms. This month Ian Bolton from the Fire Service at Yeovil joined us. He gave us lots of good advice about staying safe in the event of a fire in our homes and surprised us when he told us I Pads etc. left on charge too long are also prone to cause a fire. The Fire Service offer a free home safety check of anyone's home and give advice on fire alarms Freephone 08000502999

Our plans for our Christmas lunch and our 70th Celebration are going on apace.

Our annual Charity Lunch, open to anyone , is booked at the Langport Arms again on November 24th 12.30 for
1 pm.. It usually attracts 80-90 people, we have a speaker, this time it is the President's charity, Air Ambulance. There are wonderful raffle prizes to be won and a tombola to help raise even more funds for charity. If you would like some tickets to join us don't hesitate to contact Dorothy tel: 01458 252648, our usual contact for anyone interested in joining Inner Wheel.

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