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It was lovely to have such a good turn out for this month's Community Coffee Stop; lots of new faces and our regulars. It really did feel like the village community of Wrenbury was in school.

Thanks to Mark Burrows and Andrew Taylor (both new governors) for their support and to Carol Hill (Cheshire East Rural representative), Colette Mercer (Nantwich Children's Centre), a representative from Community Agents, David Craig representing the Parish Council, Sharon and Nicky our PCSOs and not forgetting Cath Mansfield (tea-maker extraordinaire) for their attendance and support.

It was lovely to see the Toddler Group parents and youngsters who, after the Coffee Stop, went out to enjoy their Toddler session in our Forest Club area with the support of Rachel Ashley and Elizabeth Hand. We hope to see you again next month.

Enjoy the photos — and if you're free on Tuesday 17th May, do come along — you'll be warmly welcomed.

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