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Meldreth WI


It was very nice seeing so many members at our August meeting. There was lots to discuss and new ventures to hear about. The walking and sewing groups have 'broken up' for the holidays but will restart on 2nd September and 5th September respectively. On 19th September we will meet with other members of our group at Orwell to hear Elizabeth Nor- man speaking about working for BT as the '157 announcer'. On 18th October the Federation players will be entertaining us at Barton. This is always a very enjoyable evening


Our speaker this month was David Wherrell, who gave us an insight to his kind of recorded music. In the 1840s the first barrel organ could be heard, then came along the Polyphon where you selected the piece of music you wanted to hear, put your money in and waited for the "penny to drop!" Gradually over the years the music players got more modern up to the state of the art contraptions you can buy now.


This month, on 12th September we have Horry Parsons explaining how the tower at St Edmundsbury Cathedral was built and we would like members to bring their husbands, sons, brothers, partners, daughters or sisters to join us. We have heard he is a most entertaining speaker. We hope to see as many as would like to come.


Kathleen Thompson


Letter to the Editor


I would like to thank Meldreth residents for so warmly welcoming me into your community.


After opening in March, Meldreth Slimming World has gone from strength to strength and its members have lost a jaw-dropping 67.5 stone. That's an amazing 13.5 stone a month!


If anyone is interested in joining or finding out more about Slimming World, just pop along to Meldreth Village Hall on Wednesdays at 7.30pm or telephone me on (01763) 243604.


Karen Corner 15


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