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Welcome to all HadARA members


Quick updates and reminders

 



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Our next Monthly Meeting will be on 26th June. 

Our speaker will be Captain Brian Briggs on Ship Towage and Salvage on the Thames.

 

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The next Lunch Club will be on 18th June,

At the Duke of Wellington, Ryarsh.

 

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Our next Wine Circle meeting is on 18th June. 

 

Keep Fit  every Tuesday morning.

10am to 11am, followed by refreshments.

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Short Mat Bowls Club, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

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Events to come in 2024

3rd June– No Frills day trip to Whitstable.

10th July– The Rat Pack @ The Orchard.

18th July– The Tereza Joanne 50/60s lunch show.

8th August– Afternoon Tea at the Hilltop Hotel.

15th August– Shepherd Neame Brewery Faversham.

20th September– William Morris House.

9th October– Chiddingstone Castle.

4th December – Thursford Christmas Spectacular.

 

Events to come in 2025

10th January – Hadara New Year Party.

5th March– The Devil Wears Prada, Dominion Theatre.

 

 

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Copper bucket donations & all monies raised for charities during the year…

Our chosen charity for 2024 is the Neonatal Baby Care Unit

 

 

The Little Buds Fund provides the very best care for babies born at Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust.

Through our generosity they can support staff to deliver the best possible care to expectant mums, and their new babies, meaning most babies can be treated close to home.

Improved technology, medical advances and improved nursing expertise, enables staff on Walnut Ward, the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU), to care for babies born with wide-ranging problems.  This can include those born prematurely, unwell or with breathing difficulties. 

Some may just need an initial helping hand by tube feeding or light therapy for jaundice.

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