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This is a final reminder that next Tuesday, May 8th from 2.30 to 4pm at Stoke Mandeville Methodist Church, Sandra Goodwin, President of Methodist Women in Britain (MWiB) will be speaking. Her talk, entitled, 'Titfers, Tatties and Toilets' will be about her visit to Bolivia, a land of contrasts.
Stoke Mandeville Methodist Church is on Eskdale Road HP22 5UJ, and is signposted from Station Road. It is a five minute walk from Stoke Mandeville Station.
Everyone is welcome. You don't have to belong to a group. Just come along for an afternoon of fellowship. For more information, please contact Ruth Watkins on Aylesbury 485087 or email ruthmwatkins@aol.com.

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