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Minutes July 1946

MINUTES 4TH JULY 1946

Another visit to Hallfields, where cricket was played. What a Club-it gets worse every week, maybe the youngsters enjoy, but we older blokes do not. I hope the Club carries on for the sake of its good name in the village, but whether we, older ones, carry on with it, is another matter altogether.

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C.W.H.

MINUTES 11TH JULY 1946

There was no Club Meeting this evening owing to the Dedication of the Choir Stalls and Altar Rail in the Church, by the Bishop.

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C.W.H.

MINUTES 18TH JULY 1946

An evening very reminiscent of the first meetings of the Club, with Mary, Tony and John Glover present.
We started with a Quiz conducted by Bob and then played Russian Charades which proved very amusing.
The Service was held in the Church.

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C.W.Hancock

MINUTES 25TH JULY 1946

French Cricket on the Vicarage Lawn and then...
A Service in the Church-this evening is the last we'll have with the Rev. C.L.R Becker and Mrs Becker...and..
A Presentation to them of an Electric Alarm Clock by Bob Lovett. This present was subscribed for by the Youth Club and the Choir.
The Vicar in a farewell speech advised us to close the Club until the new Vicar-the Rev. W.Joyce gets settled in so after next week the Club will be closed until September.

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C.W.Hancock