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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD WALK - 8TH MARCH


pmartin

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I?m organising an event within the local community.


My aim is to bring together different communities in a fun, social environment as an opportunity for people to get to know each other whilst keeping fit and having fun in the fresh air.


I?ve attached a flyer of the event and the full details given below:.


Do come and join us.


Thank you in advance for your support.


THE NEIGHBOURHOOD WALK

Fun! Fitness & Fresh Air!


Come and join your local community on a walk around the Nunhead Circular (5.5 miles).


Bring your friends, neighbours and families to this fun social event. An opportunity to meet new people, make more friends and get to know your neighbours.


Date: Sunday, 8th March 2020

Time: 10 AM

Meeting Pace: Outside Nunhead railway station (congregate on the corner opposite The Nunhead Gardener)


The walk will end at The Old Nuns Head pub for a well-deserved post walk drink.


Everyone welcome, but please RSVP to:- [email protected] so we know how many to expect.


We look forward to seeing you there.

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