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Another example of the friendly community in Henbury!

CAMEO stands for Come And Meet Each Other.

It's a social gathering held once a month in St Thomas' Church Hall where people can meet to have a cup of tea/coffee and some cake or a savoury snack, whilst having a chat. We also have an activity such as a quiz, a game of bingo or dominoes etc. Although the event is organised by the Church, everyone is welcome to join us. We can organise lifts if people are unable to make their own way there. Contact numbers for more information are 611477 or 424505.

The picture shows a thoughtful moment at the latest meeting, completing the Round England Quiz. Our next meeting, which is our Christmas Party, will be on 16 December from 2pm until 4pm in St Thomas' Church Hall, Henbury. Everyone welcome.

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