Derek Bernstone: March 2019
The SOS group meets this Saturday 23rd March at 7:30pm. The theme is 'Bye-Bye Brexit, Brexit Goodbye'.
We are possibly saying goodbye to our European friends on the 29th March. Whether you wanted to stay or go let us take this opportunity to eat Europe! Choose your country, (there are 28 currently), and bring a dish that reflects them: Sauerkraut for Germany, any kind of Fool for the UK (we need puddings too), as examples.
Margaret & John Miskin, tonight's hosts, (422919) await your call.
Will the last person to leave please turn off the lights!! All welcome!
For the 2019-2020 SOS programme, click here.
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