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Club welcomes MP A popular Abbots Langley club for people with learn- ing difficulties played host to Richard Harrington MP last month. Members of the Monday Club were joined by Mr Harrington at their Christmas Party on Mon- day, December 12. The club‘s founder John Fisher said: ―Mr Richard Harrington visited us and spent over an hour talking to our members and said he real- ly enjoyed the event. Each member received a Christ- mas present from the club and a good time was had by all 30 of our members. The fundraising for the club has been a record year and I would like to thank eve- ryone who has supported us throughout 2011. This year we will be celebrating our 25th anniversary and we‘re really looking forward to this.‖


Grant for climate change organisation County Councillor Paul Goggins for Abbots Langley has given £300 from his locality budget to Ab- bots Langley Transition Town Association . The money will help them publicise their aims in Abbots Langley Parish. As regular readers of My Abbots News would be aware, the association is a com- munity initiative to tackle the problems of declining fossil fuels and climate change. Run by volun- teers on a not-for-profit basis, it focuses on the four key areas of transport, food, energy and waste. Councillor Goggins said: ―This initiative is tackling a global problem at a local level, bringing people together in the process. I am very happy to support it.‖


Arts and crafts workshop Learn a new skill and turn something old into something new at a six-week arts and crafts course starting next month. The course will cover a variety of skills including needle felting, appliqué, mak- ing a simple shopping bag and making an Easter gift box. The course will run at Hillside Residents‘ Association in School Mead, starting on Wednesday, February 29, from 7.15pm to 9pm. For more information call Karen on 07884 328827.


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