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Meetings are normally held on the second Thursday of each month in the Corn Exchange, Faringdon.We begin at pm with a welcome from the Chairman who also introduces our speaker.
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Thursday 14th June We are delighted to welcome Jenny Mallin who has recently spoken on Woman’s Hour.
If you’re a car enthusiast, interested in recent history or just interested, this talk will appeal. Thursday 12th April Our AGM will be followed by David Dalton on ‘Life as an author’. He took to writing seriously after retiring from the minerals industry and will introduce his talk by telling how and why he became a writer.
From his experience in Cape Town, he will let us into what it was like to be a freelance journalist and how that experience led to his first few books.
" Although scientists have not identified a compound of cheese they have put together a convincing case.
Is it possible that prehistoric people were making cheese much earlier than 7,500 years ago?
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