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Cinema Music
Computer Users
Country Dancing
Creative Crafts
Earth Sciences
Family History
French Conversation
Gardening Group
Internet Cafe
Literature Group
Mah Jong
Music Group
Nostalgia Film
Play Reading 1
Play Reading 2
Poetry Reading
Rail Buffers
Recorder Group
Scandinavian Group
Science and Technology
Supper Group
Table Tennis
Theatre Group
Walking Groups
Walking Netball
Writing for Fun

Groups Wish List

U3A Groups
Groups Wish List

The Groups Co-ordinator holds a list of subject groups that people have suggested they would like to join. Whenever sufficient people express an interest in the same topic, a meeting will be convened to arrange times, place and how the group will function.

Current requests are French Improvers; Greek; Philosophy; Wine Tasting; Church visits & pub lunches; Lace making; Local History, Spanish beginners but you can also add to the list.

Of course anyone who would like to run a new group will be very welcome - it doesn't have to be on this list!

In either case, get in touch with the Groups Co-ordinator or a committee member. For our current groups see below.....


Co-ordinator Evelyn Hamilton-Perkins.
Meetings: Weekly on Thursdays, 11.00am to 1.00pm, St Lawrence Church Hall, Countess Lilias Road, Chesterton.

Since we started our Art Group three years ago, our membership has steadily grown to 20 very active and interested 'artists' who like to paint, draw and enjoy a coffee together (our weekly membership fee of £3 covers hall hire, refreshments and workshops). St Lawrence Church Hall is spacious and light and has a parking area with additional parking and a community shop in the road outside. Some members have very little experience, while others have much wider experience, but whatever their level they enjoy sharing knowledge and the opportunity to create art with a group of like-minded people.    ^Top 


Co-ordinator Peter Watkins. Phone 01285 861614.
Meetings: On second Thursday of the month at 8.00pm at Somerford Keynes Village Hall.

Why do we meet so late in the day? If the sky is clear we can go outside after the meeting and look at the sky. You do not need your own telescope, but if you have one, or binoculars, do bring them along. We hope over time to cover anything that you want to know about the sky at night, and the sun by day. The first meeting will be about telescopes, and what you might hope to see with them.

Do come along whether novice or expert to try us out.    ^Top  


Bird Watching
Co-ordinator Tony Natt.
Meetings: On third Wednesday of the month.

This group will concentrate on outdoor meetings at a variety of locations. We are a fairly novice group, so beginners and garden birdwatchers are very welcome. The only requirements are footwear and clothing to cope with weather on the day and a pair of binoculars. Contact the co-ordinator for a programme of intended times and locations.    ^Top  

Board Games

Board Games
Co-ordinator Richard andBonnie Green.
Meetings: On second Wednesday of the month at 6.30 to around 9.00pm at Daglingworth Village Hall.

The Board Game Group usually meet the 2nd Wednesday of the month in Daglingworth Village Hall. This is subject to change so please look for the dates in the Newsletter or call Richard Green on 01285 656157. There will be a charge of approx £2 per person to cover the cost of the Hall. The focus is learning new games but the aim is to play a variety of games, new and old.    ^Top  


Bridge Groups:
Co-ordinator Keith Dancer.
Meetings: Twice weekly.

Thursdays 2.00-5.00pm in St Lawrence Church Hall. We play Rubber Bridge most weeks, with one Duplicate Bridge session on the last Thursday of each month.

Fridays 2:00-5:00pm in St Lawrence Church Hall. We play Duplicate Bridge each week.

We are a keen group of players with a good standard of Bridge and beginners are encouraged to join in on Thursdays where the atmosphere is more relaxed as well as stimulating and you do not need to bring a partner.

On Friday you are expected to have a partner but those without can usually be paired with someone.

Members are asked to contribute £12.00 every 6 months for Thursday sessions and £16 every 6 months for Friday sessions. This covers the hire of the rooms and refreshments.

New members are welcome to join either session.

Each year a beginner's class is available during the winter months.    ^Top

Cinema Music

Cinema Music
Co-ordinator Malcolm Lewis
We meet on the second Friday of the month at 1.45 till 4.00 except December when we have a social gathering. The Venue is the Baptist Church, Chesterton Lane. The meeting takes the form of two films being shown that give the members an insight into a genre across a great canvas from Musicals-Opera-Ballet -Biographies of composers and artists from the world of Music.

The equipment has a 10 ft wide screen and is state of the art.

Both groups ('Musical Cinema' and 'Nostalgia and Music') have a large capacity and we welcome new comers to the U3A.

Details from Group Leader Malcolm Lewis 01285 644110   ^Top


Computer Users
Co-ordinator Maurice Goodwin
Meetings: First Monday, 2.30pm. Ashcroft Centre
The usual format is to share any problems or difficulties we have experienced over the last month and offer advice and possible solutions - if we have any. In addition we regularly take a look at a particular topic, perhaps demonstrating software that may be new to some.
Do get in touch if you are thinking of joining.   ^Top

Country Dancing

Country Dancing
Co-ordinator Sheila Laycock (Phone 01285 643361)

The country dancing group meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, September to December, January to May, from 10.00am-12.00noon in the Ashcroft Room at the Ashcroft Centre.

We are a friendly group with a relaxed attitude to dancing and we welcome new members. Our dances are selected to suit the 'older generation' and are likely to tax the 'grey matter' rather than the agility.
You are welcome to come along to any meeting and watch to see 'if it is for you'.   ^Top

Creative Crafts 1
Co-ordinator Chris Rodgers
Meetings: Fourth Wednesday, 2.00 pm   

Cycling Group

Cycling Group
Co-ordinator Stef Episcopo
Rides: 2nd and 4th Fridays. 10.00 start.   

We plan 2 rides per month, each covering 15-20 miles and with members taking turns to lead. There is usually a cafe stop somewhere along the route. Starting point can vary with the route, being either the Tesco superstore or the Market Place by the church, starting at 10.00 am and finishing about 12.00 - 12.30.

There are several active members but new cyclists are welcome. Please see the contact information in the printed newsletter to be kept to date with details of rides.   ^Top

Earth Sciences

Earth Sciences
Co-ordinator Jill Lang
Meetings are held on 4th Friday, 10.00am at The Ashcroft Centre.
Recent topics included Ancient Maps, Iceland and Svalbad, Geopolitics of the Middle East, Wildfires, Venice.

Recent field trips included Gloucester in Stone and Cotswold Scenery. Future topics will include Water Supply and Weather Systems.    ^Top

Family Tree

Family History
Co-ordinator Alan Stoner
Meetings: Currently suspended.
Family History: Contact Alan Stoner 01285 652377    ^Top


French Conversation
Co-ordinator Hazel Kolb
This group meets on the 3rd Wednesday each month at 2:30 to 4:30 at The Waterloo and is for those who already have elementary French, but who would like to be able talk more confidently.
Each month we prepare (homework!) and discuss a topic, or we listen to a French guest, or read a short story or play. We aim to improve our understanding of each other’s French; we question each other; we listen to each other.
It is rather strenuous!  English is permitted over the cup of tea!   ^Top


Garden Group
Co-ordinator Ann Hardie
The Group meets on the first Monday in every month; from April to October we have two meetings, one from 10 am to 12 pm and the other from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. This is to accommodate the large group when we meet in a member's house and garden to admire, sympathise and generally exchange ideas and suggestions. Not every member has to offer their garden for a meeting, and the aim is not to seek out perfect gardens, but to enjoy a variety of gardens "in progress".
A member may arrange a visit for the Group to an Open Garden during the summer. From November to March we meet in St Lawrence's Church hall together and a programme of eg a talk, a quiz, Gardeners Question Time and contributions by members is arranged.
You don't have to have a garden to belong; as long as you are interested, you are welcome.    ^Top


Co-ordinator Joan Oakeshott
Meetings are held every Tuesday morning, 10.00 am to 12.00. The members of the group have all learnt German in the past but are pretty rusty but want to revive the language they once knew. We do some limited conversation, watch TV, listen to CDs and use some of the BBC language programmes.    ^Top

German Conversation
Co-ordinator Ann Hardie
The German Conversation Group was set up in 2017 to give us the opportunity to speak German and to brush up on forgotten vocabulary and grammar through chatting. So far we have achieved our aim and resist lapsing into English. It is a small group, meeting twice a month on the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon, members taking turns at hosting the meeting and providing tea and biscuits!
Members need to have basic German; we don't do formal grammar exercises or written work, though points of grammar may be discussed.    ^Top



Weekly Golf
Contact Gordon Wyles on 01453 833841
Every Thursday at Oaksey golf course. 13:30 start in the summer months and 13:00 after the clocks go back for the winter.

Monthly Golf
Fourth Monday morning of each month from April to October. We go to various courses with an optional pub lunch to follow.

Players of all standards are welcome at either or both. All you need are some clubs.    ^Top


Co-ordinator Chris Sutton.
Meetings are held each 2nd Monday of the month 10.00 - 12.00 at The Waterloo.
One of the first groups established in Cirencester, its first topic was the 350th anniversary of the Royalist attack on the town.
Normally a subject is chosen for research and discussion. Not surprisingly the Roman occupation features, as does the growth of the town from the Wool Trade. Topics are, however, wide-ranging and include far-away places such as India and China. Most recent discussion has been on the suppression of the monasteries by Henry VIII with its consequent loss of buildings and other treasures.
On occasion, members choose a famous person, building, garden or painting of special interest, among them Wellington and Nelson, the Silk Route and the history of coinage.
The group is at full capacity but you are welcome to join the waiting list.   ^Top

Internet Cafe

Internet Cafe
Contact Liz Dancer 01285 770919
Meetings:First and third Mondays of the month at 2.15 pm at the Community Room on the top floor of Bingham House.

This is not a group but an open access facility which is open to to all members of U3A and those who are interested in joining.

We meet at Bingham House in the centre of Cirencester, across the road from M&S and The Bear. We are on the top floor which can be reached by stairs or lift.

On the first Monday of every month we have afternoon tea for £2 which is on sale from 2.00 to 3.30.( featuring amazing Mary Berry scones and homemade cakes)

On the third Monday we have a quiz which does not require you to have a team. The idea is that you meet new people and share in general ignorance!

The cost is £1 to include tea/coffee and biscuits PLUS on each occasion Alex is available to sort out your IT issues whether these are phone, IPad or computer/internet based.

We welcome everyone and are always pleased to see new members and their friends. For more information please contact Liz Dancer 01285 770919    ^Top


Italian Improvers
Contact Liz Applegate. Phone 01285 658351

Meetings: 2nd Thursday & 3rd Friday in the month
We are a small group - hosting meetings in turn in our homes. As 'Beginners' we followed the BBC Talk Italian Course. (We did it twice!).
We are about to start a tried and tested 'Italianissimo' course for a different approach, to reinforce our learning and to progress. Homework efforts are shared each week. We devise games, bring in articles in Italian, pamphlets from holidays, etc for variety. After over 3 years we ought to be 'Improvers'!
Actually conversing in this self help group is the hardest part but we now have a fluent speaker of Italian who generously comes one meeting in three to firmly encourage us.

Italian Intermediate
Co-ordinator: Maggi Brown.

Meetings: 2nd & 4th Tues 10:00 a.m.
This group is for people with a reasonable knowledge of Italian. This may range from learning the language at school or university through to having lived or worked in Italy.   ^Top


Co-ordinator: Carol Smith. 01285 654494

Meetings: 2nd Wednesday 2-4 p.m. Siddington Village Hall

Kurling is similar to Curling but without the ice! It just needs a smooth floor.    ^Top


Co-ordinator Jackie Natt
Meetings: See below.

Salve !

The aim is to learn some Latin just for the fun of it and to get to know how the Romans lived.

There are three groups - Intermediates, Improvers Beginners.

Intermediates meet two Mondays a month, Improvers meet two Tuesdays a month and Beginners meet as agreed.    ^Top


Literature 1
Group leader Marion Stephenson tel 01285 651073.
The group meets on the 4th Thursday afternoon at 2.15p.m.   ^Top

Literature 3
We meet on the first Wednesday afternoon of each month in one another's homes, though it is not compulsory that you host.
We aim to challenge ourselves by trying many genres and have read classics such as Dante's Inferno, Virgil and Beowolf. We have a liking for literature which is either set against and informs us of history or of current issues in this country and abroad. We tend to fit in the Booker prize winner some time in the year.
If you feel that you would like to join us, please contact liz Dancer on 01285 770919    ^Top

Mah Jong

Mah Jong
Co-ordinator Brenda Lissimore (Phone 01285 652809)
Meetings: Alternate Thursdays, 2.30 – 4.30 pm at The Waterloo.   ^Top


Music Group
Co-ordinator Cate Luck (Phone 01285 658021)
Meetings: 4th Wednesday 2:30p.m. at the Waterloo.
We have a theme and everyone is encouraged to bring along some appropriate cds.
It's a good opportunity to have almost two hours of listening and sharing in a very relaxed, friendly and informal atmosphere to a varied selection of all types of music chosen by members.    ^Top

Nostalgia and Film

Nostalgia Film.

We meet on the last Tuesday of every month except December

Venue Cirencester Baptist Church where we also have FREE Parking

Time 1.30 for 1.45 Payment is £10 per half year

Relive the old days with a feature film plus a sprinkling of music from our younger days

The Group has a capacity of 50 New members are welcome but need to register in advance because of numbers.

Details from Group Leader Malcolm Lewis 01285 644110   ^Top

Petanque (French boules)
Co-ordinator Brian Cooper
Meetings: Every Monday and Thursday at 10.00 to 12.00 a.m. at St. Michael's Park.   ^Top

Play Reading

Play Reading Group 1
Co-ordinator Robert and Julie Evans.
Meetings: 3rd Wednesday, 9.45am – 12.15 pm at The Waterloo   
We read a wide selection of authors' works covering a variety of periods and styles ranging from farce to tragedy. We try to tackle a number of less familiar works as well as the more well-known ones and our sessions frequently prompt some interesting discussions afterwards.    ^Top

Play Reading Group 2
Co-ordinator   Val Faulkner
This is an informal group which meets in the Waterloo Centre on the 1st Wednesday in every month from 9.45am until 12.00. We read a variety of plays to hopefully suit all tastes; everyone has a chance to take a part and make suggestions for new plays for future months. We are an extension of play reading 1 group which was so popular it ran out of spaces for members.

If you are a U3A member and would like to join us, please contact Val Faulkner on 01285 239367 - you will be made very welcome!    ^Top

Poetry Reading
Co-ordinator   Hugh Slater
This group does exactly what its name suggests, we read poetry. We meet in the Friends Meting House on Thomas Street, at 2.30pm on the fourth Tuesday of the month, and we would welcome visitors and new members.
The format of the meeting is that we each read aloud a poem on a set theme (either a topic e.g. ‘Spring’ or a specific poet) the reading being followed by general discussion.

Sometimes one member will prepare a short presentation on a favourite poet; these occasions have always been very illuminating.

Re-reading the above, I realise that I have made the group sound rather boring, but I can assure you that our debates have sometimes proved to be very lively! We certainly do not always agree.   ^Top

Co-ordinator Pauline Phillips.
Meetings: Second Monday at 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm at the St Lawrence Hall.

The meetings take the form of general support, discussion and displaying current projects. Help will be given to new and less experienced quilters, whilst it is also an opportunity for sharing amongst the more confident quilters.   ^Top

Radio Group

Radio Group

Meetings: Ad hoc.

The U3A Radio Group meets each month to record a programme, broadcast monthly on Corinium Radio, our local community radio station. We meet on an ad hoc basis during the preceding month to plan each programme and record interviews with U3A members with an interesting story to tell.

Training is offered in interviewing and developing the technical skills to make and broadcast a programme.

Spaces are available for anyone else wishing to join a Group.

Click hereto listen to a recent broadcast.    ^Top

Rail Buffers Group

Rail Buffers Group
Co-ordinator Dennis Peters.
Meetings: 4th Thursday of month.

A group for those who are in any way interested in railways, from their history through to the present day (and beyond). Members' interests include railway technology, operations and economics and include the impact of railways on the social and economic affairs of nations.

Meetings are normally held in members' houses on the morning of the 4th Thursday of each month. In the summer months we try to fit in trips. These typically include outings to preserved railways, railway museums, and places of particular interest from a railway architectural/historical point of view. We also take occasional trips on lines of interest, Crossrail is high on the list when it finally opens.    ^Top

Recorder Group
Co-ordinator Peter Stephenson. Phone 01285 651073
Meetings: Second Wednesday at 11.00 am and 4th Monday at 2.30 p.m. If you can read music and used to play a recorder, or wish to do so, please join us to make music together.   ^Top

Scaninavian group

Scandinavian Group
Co-ordinator Nigel and Janet Wardell.

We meet on one Tuesday per month, in each other's houses.

This group started in May 2017. At each meeting, one or two members describe an aspect of Scandinavia: travel, language, music, food, film, art, mythology, traditions, culture, history; which we then discuss, talking about our own experiences. We intend to explore aspects of Norway, Sweden and Denmark, and possibly Iceland, Finland and the Faeroes too. Group activities could also include: watching Scandinavian films, looking at Viking and later history, tasting typical food, observing main celebrations and learning some useful language - we are open to suggestions.

Spaces are available for anyone else with interest in Scandinavia, who wish to join the Group.    ^Top

Science and Technology
Co-ordinator Brian Wells
We meet once a month, on the second Tuesday of the month, at 10.30 in the St Lawrence Hall. (Doors open at 10.00 am for coffee). We generally have a speaker giving an illustrated talk, followed by a (hopefully) informed discussion. The group started at the end of 2012, and to give you the flavour of the subjects, here are some that we have dealt with since then: Small Electric Motors, Wind Turbines, Graphene, the Autonomous Car, 3-D Printing, Military Vehicles, Composite Materials, Fracking, Batteries, Lasers and Nuclear Power. Other subjects coming up soon include Genetics and Artificial Intelligence.

Also, we occasionally go visiting, and recently we've been to the Armoury at Shrivenham College and the Aircraft Scrapyard at Kemble.

All are welcome at the meetings - no need to book ahead: no qualifications needed, except an interest in how things work.    ^Top

Singing - World Music Singing Group
Co ordinator: Anne Vardy.
Meetings: Every first Tuesday of the month, 2 to 4pm. St Lawrence Church Hall, Countess Lilias Road, Chesterton.

Can't sing? No problem. Can't read music? No problem

Everyone is welcome on this Song Journey around the world. No solos; no auditions; easy to learn songs. The objecctive is to 'Bring out your voices and fill the air with song.'

We learn a couple of new songs at each session with one or two longer songs which carry over each month. The cost is £1 per session. You are welcome to try out at any time and there is no need to book.   ^Top


Spanish Intermediate
Co-ordinator  Maureen Folliard.
This small group meets each Monday from 10.00am - 12.00 and is for people who already have some knowledge of Spanish. We work together to make language learning fun by using lots of different activities. These include watching Spanish DVDs and TV programmes, playing language games, listening to CDs and podcasts, using Internet resources and talking and reading in contexts relevant for people visiting Spanish speaking countries. We also use an intermediate level textbook.
If you are interested in joining our group, please contact me.    ^Top

Spanish Improvers
Co-ordinators  Sally & Vedant Wood.
Meetings: 2nd and 4th Mondays 2-4pm.
This is for people with some knowledge of Spanish. We use different methods of learning to accommodate people with a range of ability. Sessions are relaxed and we try to make learning fun and help each other.    ^Top

Supper Club

Supper Group
Co-ordinator Linda Chan-Jones
Meetings: We meet on the 15th of the month, usually at 7 p.m.
The Supper Group is a great way to meet new people and catch up with old friends, whilst enjoying an evening with food, wine and conversation.
Each group of diners consists of 6 to 8 people - singles and couples. People take it in turn to host the supper at their home, and the members are rearranged each month to provide a mix of hosts and guests.

This is how it works:- The host provides the main course, tea or coffee and perhaps a welcome drink with some nibbles.
Other members bring a starter or dessert as their contribution to the meal.
If there are more than 6 members participating, then the others provide cheese and biscuits.
Everyone brings along wine and / or soft drinks to be shared at the table.

The aim is to enjoy the evening, and not spend all day in the kitchen! Sometimes in the summer or around Christmas, we hold "all comers" bring-and-share outdoor suppers, lunches or barbeques.    ^Top

Table Tennis

Table Tennis
Co-ordinator Jane Miller
Meetings: Wednesdays 2-3pm at Fentons Community Centre, South Cerney.
All abilities - relaxed atmosphere playing both doubles and singles. Small monthly fee payable to cover cost of hall hire.

Tai Chi

Co-ordinator Tom Kolb
Meetings: First Tuesday 10.25am at the Watermoor Hall
TAI-CHI is a chinese system of co-ordinated gentle exercise particularly suitable for promoting health in older people. It is not stressful or violent, and improves mental as well as physical health.
In our class, we go through a series of gentle exercise known as Quigong to improve strength of the muscles and mobility of the joints. We then do standing meditation exercises to promote stamina.
The main part of the session is devoted to true Tai-Chi which is the system of gentle co-ordinated movements that you see performed by Chinese in many situations.
Finally, we cool down with some exercises taken from chinese medicine to promote longevity.    ^Top

Theatre Group

Theatre Group
Co-ordinator   Penelope Wreford
Around 9 or 10 visits a year are offered to theatres in Malvern, Bristol, Bath. Oxford, et. We look for good quality drama and comedy productions with the emphasis on straight plays rather than musicals, ballet or opera. Travel is by coach from Cirencester.   ^Top

Ukulele Group

Co-ordinator Andrew McKechnie.
Meetings: Fortnightly by arrangement, Thursdays 2pm to 3.30pm
Interested in playing the Ukulele? This is your opportunity! The group is open to beginners and to more experienced players, all you need is enthusiasm and a ukulele. If the group is very popular we will look for a bigger room as our aim is to eventually widen the group to include other instruments.    ^Top

Walking Group 2

Walking Group
Co-ordinators Penny Hanes and Diane Stallabrass.
Meet new friends, keep active and enjoy the lovely Cotswold countryside with Walking Group 1. The group meets on the 1st Friday of each month for a walk of about 5 miles, followed by a Pub Lunch. Walks are usually within a 15 mile radius of Cirencester and we meet at Cirencester Rugby Club at 9.20am in order to share cars as much as possible. Please meet and park just inside the gateway from The Whiteway. New members will be made very welcome. You need to be reasonably fit, have walking boots and waterproofs, bring your walking pole if you use one, and a drink for the mid-morning break. Information on current walks, and how to reserve a place on a walk, can be found in the printed copy of the Cirencester U3A Newsletter which is distributed to members. Members take turns to lead walks and arrange the lunchtime venue throughout the year. Meals and snacks are pre-ordered at the pub before the start of the walk. Occasionally the number of walkers may be restricted by the catering facilities of a pub. If a walk is oversubscribed, anyone failing to get a place will get priority booking on the next walk. Hope you will join us.    ^Top

Short Walk group

Short Walk Group
Co-ordinator Frank Lindsley
Tel: 01285 656174
Mob: 07563548260
We are a friendly, chatty group who take gentle walks of 2 to 3 miles, enjoying conversation and taking in the countryside around us. We try to find circular walks, generally flat and starting and ending at a pub or café for lunch.

Short walk group

We meet at the Cirencester Rugby Club Car Park at 10.15 on the last Thursday of every month. Please meet and park just inside the gateway from The Whiteway.   ^Top

New Walking Group

New Walk Group
Co-ordinator Frank Lindsley
Tel: 01285 656174
Mob: 07563548260
Purpose of the group: To provide a more taxing walk than that offered by the Short Walk Group. Where possible a brief resume will be provided to help members assess whether a walk is suitable for them.
We meet at the Cirencester Rugby Club Car Park at 10.00 on the third Thursday of every month. Please meet and park just inside the gateway from The Whiteway.

Walking Netball

Walking Netball
Co-ordinator Liz Dancer. 01285 770919

Meets every Thursday at 10:30 for an hour's game.
Venues: Weekly meeting at Cirencester Leisure Centre sports hall from the 10.30 to 11.30 There is no need to be a member of the Leuisure Centre, just say you are with the U3A.
Walking Netball is a women's activity. Even at walking speed, it is an exhilarating and competitive game, and lots of fun. The group often enjoy some well-earned refreshment afterwards.

Writing for Fun

Writing for Fun
Co-ordinator Elaine Harris.
Meetings: Second Wednesday of each month at 2.30 - 4.00pm
This is a relaxed and friendly group. At each meeting the next title is chosen, by mutual consent. Members read their work in turn and then there is general discussion, followed by the essential cup of tea.    ^Top


Co-ordinator Susanna Lavender.
Meetings: Tuesday 10.30 am. Weekly at Siddington Village Hall.





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