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Marion Nieuwenhuizen Tuesday Group

Barbara Lancy writes :

"Our October meeting sees the return of Marion Nieuwenhuizen to the Tuesday Group. She so enthused us with her workshop last year, we just had to repeat the experience. Her enthusiasm and energy gave a new meaning to participation and enjoyment.

Marion's workshops are funky, inclusive, musical fun and suitable for all ages and abilities, even if you have never played an instrument before, so do come along and join in the fun on Tuesday 16 October, and bring a friend or neighbour too."

The Tuesday Group is a ladies social group drawing from Drayton, Curry Rivel, Muchelney, Fivehead, Langport and beyond, and meets on the third Tuesday each month at 7.30 pm in the Drayton Village Hall. Annual membership is only £10, or come and try for a guest fee of just £2.50 per meeting. For further information please contact either Barbara Lancey on 01458 252657, email barbaralancey@hotmail.com, or Aideen Roche on 01458 252022, email aideenroche@btinternet.com.

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