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The club continues to thrive with each meeting being lively and interesting with such an eclectic mix of speakers. This month it was Wing Commander Tony Davies talking about volcanoes, their history, geography and volatility.

Our lady members continue to be active, two new members are working on a new pamphlet to advertise our club which we hope will attract more younger members as well as those who are of a "certain age" looking to make friends and enjoy life amongst like minded people.

On 17th of this month we will tour Shepton Mallet Prison with lunch at Whitstones afterwards for those of who manage to escape!

Next month November 14th we have a talk about Hinkley C, speaker to be announced, and look forward to finding out a lot more about the new power station and its impact.

December sees us all returning to Dillington House for annual Christmas Lunch, once again they have done us proud with a delightful menu. It is an opportunity to bring along our wives/husbands/friends and meet up with our honorary members again.

If you would like to find out more about our club, please ring Paul on 01458 252545 or go to our website

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