Hilton Advent Lunches

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The advent lunches start on Wednesday 22nd November and all donations will be given to a local charity, The Acorn Cancer Support Group. The lunches are anytime between 12.30 and 2pm. A simple lunch of bread/crackers, cheese and chutney, fruit, and tea or coffee is provided for a suggested donation of £5 plus.

Venues as follows:

22nd November. Janet Whatley, Atticus House, Church End, Hilton

29th November Julia Parkinson, The Grange,The Green, Hilton

6th December. Christina Shepard, 20 Chequers Croft, Hilton

13th December Heather Woods, 7 Chequers Croat, Hilton

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