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Gloucestershire's Womens Institute

15:38 18 January 2010

WI Members stand to sing Jerusalem

WI Members stand to sing Jerusalem

Members of Gloucestershire Womens Institute packed out the Cheltenham Town Hall when they gathered from all over the county for their annual meeting.

Members of Gloucestershire Womens Institute packed out the Cheltenham Town Hall when they gathered from all over the county for their annual meeting. Guests of honour during the afternoon session were Lisa Potts and Edward Gillespie.



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MIKE CHARITY

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