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Audio Books

Amazon have made some audible books free – looks like mostly for children but also some classics. If you have a kindle – or the app on a phone or table, go here to have a look – maybe for your grandchildren, if not you?! Click here to go to Amazon

CV-19 SCAM

Beware a new scam put out allegedly from sky offering to put you on a cheaper tariff because you are a low risk customer. They ask for your details to set up a new direct debit. Don’t give them any details

Teabag Hats

Teabag hats!

Amanda has been busy knitting teabag hats for friends and is building up stock to give to the Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline Charity once this is all over. How lovely. She shares the pattern here for those of you that might have some wool at home (or can get someone to drop some on your doorstop!) …

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Gareth Malone’s Home Chorus

Fancy taking part in a huge choir from the comfort (no choice there at the moment!) of your own home? Click here to hear about Gareth Malone’s Home Chorus and click this link if you’d like to register to take part. Click here for the first session

Beetle Drive

The Beetle Drive planned for December was regrettably cancelled at short notice but members will be pleased to know that it has been scheduled for Tuesday 21 January at the KSCA from 1230 to 4.30.   Tickets are available now from Jean Bates  and from Group Co-ordinators.  Could all Group Co-ordinators please remind Members of this event …

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Plans for a New International Film Group

If you love film here’s something different for Kinver U3A. Julia Bathurst has organised a treat to lighten those coming bleak Winter afternoons! From January to March she will be facilitating three meetings a month for a new group – enjoying a selection of international films, some old, some new, from around the World. The films will have subtitles and members …

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