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9:46am Thursday 23rd May 2013
11:00am Saturday 18th May 2013
10:00am Saturday 27th April 2013
10:38am Thursday 4th April 2013
9:52am Thursday 21st March 2013
The Spring Show and Quiz, with Derek Walker as the quiz master, will be held on Wednesday, March 27 The club meets on the fourth Wednesday in the calendar month at Clows Top Victory Hall. Doors open 7.45pm, for the speaker at 8pm.
3:11pm Thursday 17th January 2013
7:20am Wednesday 19th December 2012
11:00am Saturday 24th November 2012
Mike Jones gave a talk entitled ‘Mistletoe’ at the latest meeting. It included some excellent pictures explaining the facts, myths and legend associated with mistletoe. There are hundreds of species and the one growing in our country is the European variety. The evening was a great success with everyone thoroughly enjoying the talk.
10:00am Friday 23rd November 2012
CLOWS Top Toddler Group raised £800 for Acorns Children’s Hospice and resources for its toddlers by hosting a family fun day. Hundreds of people attended to join in with the fun and games. The toddler group, run by local mums, presented a cheque for £400 to Acorns, a charity that improves the lives of terminally ill children and their families in Worcerstershire. The toddler group is held every Tuesday morning at Clows Top Victory Hall and would welcome new families. More details can be obtained from Vicky May on 07966 812122.
10:00am Monday 22nd October 2012
Pam Pittwood gave a talk entitled ‘Not All Leaves Are Green’ at the September meeting. The slide show had some excellent pictures showing a wide variety of plants, shrubs and flowers from her own garden in Clun.
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