Probus June Tune... Sorry Report

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Probus Club — Langport & Curry Rivel
Our club continues to attract good speakers to our monthly meetings which are held at the Pound Inn, Aller, every 2nd Wed of the month at 11.30am for 12noon.

We have had a really eclectic mix of presentations so far this year and the calendar continues throughout the year in the same vein. Last month Damon Bridge from the RSPB gave an excellent account together with slides of his involvement in the Crane Project on the levels around us and generated a host of questions afterwards with members reluctant to stop and eat lunch.

Gill, our Social Secretary is organising some good outings including trips to RHS Rosemoor in June and Bucklers Hard in October. We are hiring a coach for the latter trip due to the distance and any spare places will be offered to other clubs locally to join us. Watch this space...........

To any club who thinks members would be interested in such a venture please contact Dorothy Wadeson on 252648.
If you would like to visit one of our meetings and get a "taste" of what we are about please ring Paul Crocker on 252545 who will tell you more. For information about our club for anyone who would like to become a member and join our lively and enthusiastic members for friendly chat, an interesting talk and a relaxed lunch ring Paul, or visit our website,

www.langportandcurryprobus.btck.co.uk.
Dorothy Wadeson
Chairman

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