After watching the tv programme ‘Operation Meet the Street’ presented by chef James Martin, the club has invited all residents of Newtown to a meeting just for them at the clubhouse this Tuesday evening at 7.30.
The aim will be to offer residents free use of the building to hold residents’ association meetings, bingo nights, knitting circles, Neighbourhood Watch, history clubs etc etc. to become a true community.
The club is putting on free tea, coffee and cakes as well as opening the bar.
All part of the club’s efforts to be part of the community.

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