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MALPAS FIELD CLUB — NEXT MEETING

The next meeting of Malpas Field Club will be on Wednesday 13th February (7.45 pm), at Malpas High Street Church SY14 8PR.

Mary Davis will present her illustrated reminiscences with the title 'A Cheshire Lass: growing up in Malpas and Bradley'.

Mary's talk will provide a fascinating insight into the life of a farming family during the years immediately after the Second World War, in the days before many modern luxuries such as affordable family cars, television and indoor flushing toilets!

Mary Davis-2

Maru Davies — aged 6

For a copy of the current programme to be sent by post or email, or for further information about the Field Club, please contact secretary David Hayns

(Tel: 01948 860486 davidhayns.123@btinternet.com).

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