Dawn Edwards: November 2015
The Aylesbury Womens' Study Group I run is hosting a retreat day at Wingrave Methodist Church next Saturday 7th November. Everyone is welcome, men and women. The theme of the day is Art & Soul -
Exploring the Bible through Art Therapy.
Materials will be supplied but if you want to bring your own you can. It is from 10am-4pm with lunch around 1pm and everyone is welcome to attend, coming for all or part of the day or even just to share lunch. If you want any further information, please contact me on 01296 423363.
The church address is Nup End Lane, Wingrave, HP22 4PX. There is very limited parking in Nup End Lane. Alternative on street parking is in Twelve Leys, with a footpath from Twelve Leys leading to the church. There is access for the disabled and you will be made very welcome.
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