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On Friday May 11 there was a talk and demonstration by a First Responder to the Friday Friends Group who meet 10am to 12 noon at Malpas Young People's Centre.

The group is open to any person in the area who is over 50.

The programme for the next few months was announced.

On May 18 there is a Fun Art Class with Jan Ibbotson.

On May 25 there is a sing-a-long with Geoff Stewart.

On June 1 the topic is "Call my Bluff".

On June 8 there is Sit down Zumba with Maritza.

On June 15 there is Fun and Laughter with Alec, his ukulele and side kick.

On June 22 there is more Fun Art with Jan Ibbotson.

On June 29 there is an outing to Bellis's/

On July 6 there is Prevention of Falls by a physiotherapist from Malpas Surgery.

On July 13 there is tea, chat, group planning, table tennis, scrabble etc.

For further details contact

Wendy on 01948 820568 or email wendy.fridayfriendsgroup@gmail.com

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