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May 24

Coffee meet up Friday 31st at 1pm

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Anyone welcome to a meetup for green support group and networking at Shaftesbury high street bakery (near bargains) please bring your reusable travel mug if you have one. If raining will stay inside, if sunny we can relocate to park walk for sunshine.

I look forward to seeing you.

 

 

Extract from latest message from Ellie via PSContent email after meetup on 31.5:

 

I'm just updating you on the Green Teas Meetup. So far it is a small but welcoming and friendly group with great ideas, we have a gentle theme and lots of room for socialising. Green Teas Meetup will be happening every other Friday from now at 1pm the high street bakery. 

 

So looks like next one will be this Friday, 14th June.

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