Posted: November 2015
This is your official invitation to a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace. Only it is better than that. Instead of having the bother of shopping for a new frock, the expense of getting all glammed up and the worry of what bus to catch, just listen to a Royal Garden Party Steward. Marilyn Storer has been there, and done that, though we are not sure about the T-shirt. She will be talking about her experiences at next week's Tuesday Fellowship (November 24th) at 2.30pm. So just come along to our community centre next to our church in Buckingham Street. Bring a friend if you like, or tell someone you know who may be interested. Instead of lots of standing about, you can sit in a comfy chair with friendly folk, have a cuppa, a good chat and an interesting talk. You don't need a gilt-edged ticket. Just come along and ask for Pearl or if you want to know more, give her a ring on Aylesbury 483547. You needn't call her Ma'am. Pearl will do just fine.
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