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Fathers group starting this Friday

A Fathers Group is starting this Friday as part of the St Marys Local Conversation project. The group is only open to those who live in St Mary’s, Albion Towers, Kingsland and Golden Grove.                                  

Text Kalid on 07828293303 to attend:

  • Full names
  • Post Code
  • Mobile Number

The first meeting is to discuss the start of this project (once a week light exercise & once a getting together for mealtime)

The agenda of the first meeting is to start a Father’s twice a week activity. In this meeting, everyone’s opinions discussed and finalised… Food, Tea and coffee served. Details are as follows:

  • Friday: 31st January
  • Time: 15:00-16:30
  • Address: The Abu Bakr Masjid, Argyle Centre, Argyle Road, Southampton, SO14 0BQ.                                     

Activities will be free.

Contact Alex at alex@wict.co.uk for more information.

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