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Dereham Oddfellows society announces latest series of autumn events

PUBLISHED: 13:34 30 October 2017

The Wellspring Family community centre. Photo: Denise Bradley

The Wellspring Family community centre. Photo: Denise Bradley

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A Dereham friendship society has announced its two latest events.

Oddfellows Dereham will host talks on Jack the Ripper, and the experiences and poetry of a cancer survivor at their new Dereham venue throughout autumn and winter.

The Wellspring Family Centre, on Neatherd Road, will welcome Sue Parry for her talk on the infamous - and unidentified - serial killer, on Tuesday, November 14, at 2.15pm.

Complete with slides, the talk will cover the potential suspects.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, December 12, at the same time, the society will host an afternoon with poet and breast cancer survivor, Rachel McCrone.

Tickets to each event cost £2 for Oddfellows members, but are open to all, with non-member tickets priced at £2.50.

Light refreshments and a raffle, in aid of the Oddfellows’ charity of the year, Nelson’s Journey, are also on offer.

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