Earley Conservatives provide a great tea

 

              On Saturday afternoon I attended the Earley Conservatives tea in Cutbush.  A number of new people turned up to talk about a wide range of issues from education and the economy to climate and the regulation of magazines.

               The scones, cakes and sandwiches were great, and the rain held off. I am grateful to all those who organised and catered so well.

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