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Roch Valley Probus Club

04 December 2019

Wednesday 04 December 2019
10.15am

Masonic Building
Richard Street
Rochdale
OL11 1DU

Details:

This week our speaker is Harrold Hoggarth with the subject 'A Touch of Notoriety'.

Roch Valley Probus Club is a social club for retired men, meeting on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Masonic Building in Rochdale.

Members of our club enjoy being more active and socially engaged.

Visitors and new members are always welcome.

Meetings begin at 10.15am with tea or coffee and biscuits with talks beginning at 10.30am.

Visit the link below for a full programme of 2019 meetings.


Contact: Jim Baxter

https://www.rochdaleonline.co.uk/sites/roch-valley-probus-club/2019-meeting...

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