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Anne Parfitt-King

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SPRING CONCERT: You are invited to join us at St Pancras Church, Kingston tomorrow, Saturday, at 7.30pm for another concert performed by the Ouse Valley Singers and Village Voices headed by Andrew Thomas. There will be the usual range of diverse musical genres covering classical, spirituals, popular and folk performed by local soloists and choirs, meaning there should be something to satisfy most musical tastes. So come and enjoy an entertaining evening of music as well as a glass of wine during the interval. Adult tickets at £10 to include wine (under 12s free) are available from Brenda Neller (01273 472720) and Linda Creswick (01273 477368).

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Kingston

SPRING CONCERT: You are invited to join us at St Pancras Church, Kingston tomorrow, Saturday, at 7.30pm for another concert performed by the Ouse Valley Singers and Village Voices headed by Andrew Thomas. There will be the usual range of diverse musical genres covering classical, spirituals, popular and folk performed by local soloists and choirs, meaning there should be something to satisfy most musical tastes. So come and enjoy an entertaining evening of music as well as a glass of wine during the interval. Adult tickets at £10 to include wine (under 12s free) are available from Brenda Neller (01273 472720) and Linda Creswick (01273 477368).

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Kingston

SPRING CONCERT: You are invited to join us at St Pancras Church, Kingston on Saturday March 23 at 7.30pm for another concert performed by the Ouse Valley Singers and Village Voices headed by Andrew Thomas. There will be the usual range of diverse musical genres covering classical, spirituals, popular and folk performed by local soloists and choirs, meaning there should be something to satisfy most musical tastes. So come and enjoy an entertaining evening of music as well as a glass of wine during the interval. Adult tickets at £10 to include wine (under 12s free) are available from Brenda Neller (01273 472720) and Linda Creswick (01273 477368).

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Kingston

SPRING CONCERT: Ouse Valley Singers and Village Voices Spring Concert, Saturday March 12 at 7.30pm. You are invited to join us at St Pancras Church, Kingston on Saturday March 23 at 7.30pm for another concert performed by the Ouse Valley Singers and Village Voices headed by Andrew Thomas. There will be the usual range of diverse musical genres covering classical, spirituals, popular and folk performed by local soloists and choirs, meaning there should be something to satisfy most musical tastes. So come and enjoy an entertaining evening of music as well as a glass of wine during the interval. Adult tickets at £10 to include wine (under 12s free) are available from Brenda Neller (01273 472720) and Linda Creswick (01273 477368).

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Kingston

SPRING CONCERT: Ouse Valley Singers and Village Voices Spring Concert, Saturday March 12 at 7.30pm. You are invited to join us at St Pancras Church, Kingston on Saturday March 23 at 7.30pm for another concert performed by the Ouse Valley Singers and Village Voices headed by Andrew Thomas. There will be the usual range of diverse musical genres covering classical, spirituals, popular and folk performed by local soloists and choirs, meaning there should be something to satisfy most musical tastes. So come and enjoy an entertaining evening of music as well as a glass of wine during the interval. Adult tickets at £10 to include wine (under 12s free) are available from Brenda Neller (01273 472720) and Linda Creswick (01273 477368).

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Kingston

KINGSTON WI: Meeting February 7. The Lewes Tapestry, a talk by Sally Blake and Sandy Hilly.

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Kingston

KINGSTON WI: Meeting February 7. The Lewes Tapestry, a talk by Sally Blake and Sandy Hilly.

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Kingston

KINGSTON WI: Resolution Meeting January 3. As Vicki Scott had offered her resignation as President, Sue Wylde and Carol Taplin chaired the meeting. Due to the early date in January many members had offered their apologies so consequently it was a very small meeting. Carol Taplin reported on the healthy state of the finances and informed that £42 membership was now due. Kingston Activities. Walk January 14, meet at the end of The Street at 9.30am. Organised by Janice Barber. Pilates every Tuesday at 2pm. Craft Group every Friday 2pm from. Mary Cattermole reported that Camilla was making good progress after her cataract treatment. There was a brief break before the resolutions after which Beverley said a few words about the resignation of Vicki.

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KINGSTON WI: Meeting November 1, at Kingston Parish Hall. Annual Business Meeting. The meeting began with a short social time where refreshments were served then the business meeting began. There were several apologies, some due to illness. The treasurer, Carol Taplin, gave the figures of our bank accounts, which is good. However, she told us that we ought to be fundraising next year to keep ourselves solvent. The preserves left over from a previous fundraising event are now for sale at a reduced price.

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Kingston

KINGSTON WI: Meeting October 4, at Kingston Parish Hall. Gone in a Flash, A History of Firework Displays by Tim Wilcox.

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KINGSTON WI: Meeting on September 6. The meeting was about Objects of Interest belonging to members.

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