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Many thanks to those of you who have supported our plant sales and help us raise £160. We are now preparing for the arrival of our German guests on Saturday 22nd July to spend 10 days with us. Do welcome them if you bump into any of them. At the end of their stay on Tuesday 1st August we will have a dinner at 6.00 pm followed by a concert given by the English and German youngsters (approx 7.00 pm). You are invited to join us for the concert, which is usually great fun. Please let me know if you also wish to join us for the dinner as we need to know numbers for catering purposes (telephone Aylesbury 399315). For more information about the exchange, click here.

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