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April meeting on Wednesday 18th

The meeting next week is at Martin Peacock Architectural Services. 11.30am til about 1pm at The Old Reading Room, Main Street, Stainforth. The postcode is BD24 9PE but be warned – this postcode covers most of the village so a sat nav will not take you there! Head into Stainforth on Main Road – Main Street is the road off to the right by the pub car park. Go up here and The Old Reading Room is on the right hand side near the village hall just on the edge of the green. There is very limited parking in the village itself and no parking around the green – there are a few places on the road near the pub and on the roads into the village and there is also a National Park car park.. but if possible see whether you can share transport. If you get lost call Martin on 01729 825700 for directions.

See here for google map of the village

Please let me know if you plan to come along so we have enough biscuits!

May meeting with be Monday 21st at the Richard Whiteley Theatre

Cindy Haymes has completely revamped the Langcliffe Website so have a look and see what is going on.

There is a job opportunity at Wholesome Bee health food shop in Settle – 3 days a week – see the website or pop in for a chat with Kath http://bit.ly/I2OmYl

Lay of the Land garden centre is now open (ish) near the fire station in Settle and Andy has kindly offered to host the June meeting.

I know several of you do newsletters using things like MailChimp and Constant Contact. If you send me a web link to your newsletter or if you have an easy signup on your website let me know and I’ll send them round in an email and people can sign up if they want.

Best wishes

Jo

01729 824704 or 07932 159099
www.jorhodeshomeopathy.co.uk

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