Posted: January 2017
Street Angels by Paul Blakey MBE and friends is the book we will be discussing this Saturday 28th at 2 o'clock. The book includes a short account of the formation and early experiences of the Aylesbury Street Angels. As well as that and choosing our next book, Angela Smith has done some research on the Aylesbury-based Harding Trust and will be sharing her findings with us. Anyone and everyone are more than welcome to join us over a cup of something. We will be away by 4pm. For summaries of our previous discussions, click here.
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