Posted: January 2017
Here are three ideas on what you can do this Saturday, 28th January. You can have a lively discussion, an all-family affair or a good fun quiz night. You are welcome to any or all of them.
The lively discussion will be at the Good Faith Book Club from 2-4pm when we will be looking at the work of Street Angels, including those in Aylesbury. Messy Church is from 2-4pm. It is an event for the whole family to enjoy , with crafts, story, songs and food. There is no charge — just a donation.
At 7pm at the Fairford Leys Community Centre, it's Karibuni Quiz Night. Click here for full details. Whatever you decide to do, we wish you a great weekend.
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