The Henbury Society AGM

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Tuesday 21st May 2019
Henbury Church Hall at 7.15 for 7.30

This year's Henbury Society AGM will be held along with the Millennium Green Trust AGM

Light refreshments will be available between the two meetings.

We will be electing the Officers and Committee Members of the Henbury Society for 2019-20, reporting on the Society's activities over the 2018-19 period and plans for the coming year. .

So please make every effort to come along and support your Society.

Everyone is most welcome.

Annual Membership subscriptions are now due and you can print the renewal/ membership form at this link if you wish.

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