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Twinkles Play Group

Open House

Wednesday between 10am and Midday. You are warmly invited to pop in for tea, coffee, chat and Cake. We are running a Charity Table and each month we will be supporting a different Charity. During September we were collecting for The Seafarers Mission. The Charity we will be supporting during October is St. Clare's Hospice. If you have any saleable gifts to donate, they would be very welcome.

Twinkles Play Group

Thursday between 10am — Midday. All parents and carers with pre-school children are warmly invited to join us in the Livingstone Hall. Refreshments are served.

Quiz Night

The return of our regular quiz night on Friday 29 October 7.00 for 7.30pm in the Livingstone Hall. Teams of 8; £6 per person bring your own nibbles and drinks. (Tea/Coffee provided). Normal Covid procedures apply.

  • To book a table call: 01277 363927

Coffee Morning and Sale

Saturday 27 November. 10am — Midday in the Livingstone Hall. Proceeds to the Leprosy Mission. Come along for a bargain or just enjoy some homemade cake & tea/coffee.

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