We are trying something a little different this year. We have managed to secure the use of the Cricket Pavilion at Exeter School. We have full access to the two rooms and small kitchen. After the ‘mixed’ reaction to the food at the City Gate we thought we could do better.
Unlike last year, if you wish to attend there will be no charge – but you need to bring a dish. Anything you like, curry, salad, dessert… And there will be prizes for the best dishes!
The social will take place on:
Tuesday 8th December 7-10pm
there is plenty of free parking off Victoria Park Road,
next to the Pavilion (more details will follow)
We are planning another great evening and would love it if you could join us. We will have an Apple-themed quiz, Apple Bingo (with Prizes) and the fantastic 2015 examug Christmas Raffle.
You can stay for the whole evening, or pop in for a quick drink and bite to eat. It’s a very flexible evening. Come on, join us. It will be great!
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We have young members and members who are young at heart. We meet once every two months for informal meetings. These meetings have a friendly atmosphere and include tea, coffee and healthy snacks.
The group is non-profit making and run by a committee of volunteers. To fund the group activities there is a small yearly fee of £22 for individuals or £35 per household. Alternatively you can pay £5 per meeting on attendance (your first meeting is free).