Tuesday 5th of March 2019 09:32:21 PM
A Morris Dancing taster is to be at the Falcon Hotel, Weds March at 7.15 pm, so why not give it a whirl?
Contact Phil Williams for more info at email@example.com
Here’s a taste of the kind of thing to expect.
- A Covid booster pop-up clinic for Bude 774 views
- Have your say on parking and speed limit changes in and around Bude now 666 views
- Cycle path from Crooklets to Summerleaze approved 593 views
- Planning application for old Brocklands Adventure Park, Kilkhampton 512 views
- Bude RFC puts out appeal after bonfire break-in 508 views
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