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The Probus Club of Langport and Curry Rivel celebrated Christmas 2018 with a five star luncheon at Dillington House which we shared with family and friends. Everyone made the day, the men in their suits and the ladies wearing their best outfits. The crackers were pulled, the hats donned and the jokes shared amongst the guests. The raffle was for club funds and raised a good sum thanks to the many prizes that were so kindly donated. In fact such a good time was enjoyed everyone wants to return to the same venue next Christmas. Well done Dillington!
February sees us enjoying our last meeting before our AGM in March in which the new Officers will take up office for the following year. At the meeting their will be a mystery speaker before lunch so watch this space.............

If you would like to join us and see what we do, male or female as we are a mixed club, please ring Paul Crocker on 01458 252545 and he will tell you more. See you there?

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