Posted: October 2018
This Saturday 6th October, at 7.30pm., the SOS group venture into Room 101. 1984 may have been a vision of an Orwellian future that hasn't quite occurred, but tonight we risk opening the door to this room of torment, to place into it those things which drive us to distraction in everyday life. As a twist, bring with you the food that you just couldn't live without, whilst eradicating what you cannot live with. Please let Marilyn and Nick Storer know you're on your way, call 622656.
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