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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN METHODIST HISTORY?

If the answer is "Yes" why not join the WEST MIDLANDS METHODIST HISTORY SOCIETY.

The Subscription is only £5 a year and for that you get 2 copies of the "Bulletin," the Society's half yearly magazine and the opportunity to attend 2 lectures and go on a Summer Outing

The next meeting of the Society is on Saturday 10th March 2018 at 2.30pm at Solihull Methodist Church B91 1LG when the speaker will be Mr Martin Ellis, former Director and Chairman of Methodist Guild Holidays Ltd. The title of his talk is "The beginnings of Methodist Guild Holidays and its link with the Methodist Church."

The talk will be followed by a "Bring and share tea."

Solihull Methodist Church is adjacent to Solihull Rail Station and Bus Station and it has a large visitors' car park.

Why not come visit us on 10th March — you will be most welcome.

Richard Ratcliffe,
Warwick Methodist Church
ratcliffer@sky.com

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