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Mix with like minded people at Network


Network Singles is an events organisation which provides a social programme for peo- ple who, for whatever rea- son, find they are by them- selves, (widowed, single, divorced etc.), and aged 30 upwards.


In Network everyone knows what itís like to be alone, they have all been through similar experiences so you really are mixing with likeminded people who want to put their life ‘back on track’.


They aren’t a dating agency so donít guarantee you’ll meet the love of your life, but it happens for some. You’ll also meet and make what in some cases turn out to be lifelong friends. Each month they have a programme of events held all over Shropshire. You can choose how many or how few you attend. Some of their regular events are like mini clubs, like Badminton


or Bridge, where people who are interested attend regularly. There’s also other events like Theatre, Pub Nights, Golf, Quizzes, Walks, Horse Riding, Live Music, Book Club, Ten Pin Bowling, Eating Out, Ar- chery, Wildlife Events, Days Out and Weekends away. Theyíve even been known to go hover crafting! Events are constantly being added, according to the interests of members, plus seasonal events happening in and around Shropsihre.


One off events like Kart-


ing, Parachuting, Quad Bik- ing, ec., can be organised, according to what people want.


Network Singles was es- tablished in 1992. This July theyíll reach their twentieth anniversary so look out for some special events nearer the time.


Some people are ready to look for a new partner, www.onlinenetworksingles. co.uk


(run separately) is


a national dating website which you can browse free and find that special person or new friends online.


Introducing our new Ale Taster!


Hello, writes Jeremy (Jerry) Baily, I’m the new Wellington Ale Taster and I’d like to tell you about me and my role. I hale from Lincolnshire and married a Wellington girl in 1977: I was a frequent visitor before moving here in 1995 to take up a job at RAF Cos- ford: where I still work. I became interested in beer styles through the Channel 4 TV programmes ‘The Beer Hunter’ by the late, great Michael Jackson.


Although not following in his footsteps I visited many of the places he highlighted in his programmes and be- came a CAMRA member be- cause of his influence. I was on a beer hunting mission in Southern Germany when the re-introduction of the Wel- lington Ale Taster competi- tion was held in 2010: I had been asked to attend but I was unavailable.


My remit as ‘Ceremonial Wellington Ale Taster’ is to


The Wool Bank recruits in Telford


The Wool Book recruitment is happening in Telford. Their new knitting and crafts book has been launched for March and we are looking for representatives and customers to join them. We are offering all basic wools from double knit to aran,


chunky, baby and 4 ply. They have a haberdashery section of pins, needles, ribbons, cotton and elastics, and patterns too. Clear print and pictures, with each issue having special offers. It couldn’t be simpler to get your knitting and sewing items.


Are you Single, Separated, Divorced, Widowed? Are you new to the area? Are you bored?


Each month we have a programme of social events held all over Shropshire and you choose how much or how little you go to!


WE ARE NOT A DATING AGENCY


so we give you the opportunity to meet new people, who in some cases become life long friends, and try new things in an informal setting with no hidden agenda.


For people aged 30 years upwards


For more details please contact Cherryl on 01743 242454 or 07868 703060 Email: cherryl@networksingles.co.uk www.networksingles.co.uk


For those who do wish to try our dating website (run separately) go to: www.onlinenetworksingles.co.uk


For a new beginning...


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✄ Wool ✄ Pins ✄ Cottons ✄ Patterns ✄ Ribbons


Call on:


07544 595311 Enquiries • Brochure • Jobs


Mon- Thurs 10am- 2pm


PO Box 339 • TF1 9DR


They will be expanding into more craft areas as our issues progress, such as cross stitch, quilting, crochet, materials and dress nets etc. they have lots more to add and can’t wait to get started. So if you would like a wool round on 20% commission text ‘job’ and your name and address, or if you would like a brochure text ‘book’ and your name and address to 07544 59 53 11. Or write to them at PO Box 339, Telford TF1 9DR.


promote local produce, not to drink beer in Wellington every day: which is what I’d hoped for! Should a new or refurbished bar/shop/stall/ producer open in Wellington I can be asked to publicise the fact it uses local pro- duce, food or drink. I can be contacted via Wellington Council or H2A. I will be in my official attire during Wel- lington’s Mid-Summer Fair and any other festivals. The sun shone on us all during my inauguration and a good crowd turned out to watch in the Market Square; and during the evening at my ‘Meet the new Ceremo- nial Wellington Ale Taster’ in The Cock Hotel. I will tell you all more about that in my next article: along with details of the mini-inn crawl that took me to The Cock Hotel for 17:00.


The Wool Book


Sewing and knitting


to your door!


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