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You are invited to get out your dancing shoes for our annual pre-Christmas supper dance on Saturday 26th November at Wendover Memorial Hall. The John Wheeler band will provide the live music and the £25 tickets include a buffet supper. Please bring your own drinks and glasses and there will be a raffle. Proceeds will go towards our new Community Café Project. Music starts at 7.30pm and it's carriages at 11.30pm. Get a group together or come by yourself. All are welcome for what has always been a great evening out. For tickets, contact Gill Marks on 01296 748659 or email here at gillmarks54@gmail.com.

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