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Meldreth Manor and Orchard Manor


This month I would like to say thank you to all the wonderful people who live and work at Meldreth and Orchard Manors.


It is another New Year and at the time of writing this, the weather has changed, there is snow and it feels very cold but as always there is a great feeling of warmth at the Meldreth site.


As in previous years, challenges will arise but in usual indomitable Meldreth style these will be met and overcome. The amount of love, compassion and support shown by all the staff and residents for one another is remarkable and I count myself extremely fortunate to be able to see this for myself, both as a volunteer and also a member of the governing body.


I apologise for such a short piece but do feel that it is important sometimes just to say thank you.


Please remember to put in your diaries the date of this year’s Summer Fete: Saturday 22nd June. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at this annual event.


Rowena Allen (01763) 260109


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Are you Interested in Playing Classical Music?


Do you play an instrument? Are you interested in meeting occasionally to play in a small group?


If so, please get in touch with us. Even if you haven’t played for some time and think the standard of your playing may not be high enough, don’t be hesitant about getting in contact with us. The main thing is to enjoy playing. We have a piano and harpsichord and various wind instruments – recorders, flute, clarinet and bassoon – and would welcome anyone who would like to join us. However unlikely the combination of instruments, it is usually possible to find music to play!


Please feel free to telephone us to talk further about this, however tentative your enquiry.


Julie and Peter Draper (01763) 260323


Meldreth’s Footpaths are maintained by volunteers.


If you would like to join them, please telephone (01763) 261258 or (01763) 269928.


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