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ARMS
(Aynho Recorded Music Society)
Wishing you all a better 2021, with the hope we can one day meet again.                           

Contact 
Bob Mann
810264

GARDENING CLUB
HAPPY NEW YEAR to all Members of the Aynho Gardening Club.
The Committee hope, as more of us have the vaccines, that we will be able to start up the 2021 Programme (an adaption of the 2020 programme).
As mentioned in the end of year notes, the membership fee that you paid for 2020 will cover your Membership fee for 2021. We will keep you all informed about when we can start to get back together.  Our priority, of course, will be to keep everyone safe. 
In the meantime, we can all look forward to the first cheery little snowdrops appearing in our gardens soon.  Best wishes Annabel Bellamy
Contact
Annabel Bellamy
810847
HISTORY SOCIETY
History Society meetings have been cancelled for most of the year, and continue to be so. We hope we can start again in the not too distant future. Best wishes
Keith McClellan, Chairman of A.H.S.
Contact
Keith McClellan
810346
or 
Peter Cole
 811261
HEALTH WALKS   
Due to the increased corona virus cases and the current tier system all Aynho Health Walks are suspended until further notice.  This will be reviewed monthly.
For further updates, please visit the Aynho website or contact
Kathy White (short walks and track)  kathywhiteaynho@gmail.com  01869 810418
Judith Laycock (long walks) judithlaycock0@hotmail.co.uk
Contact
Kathy White
kathywhiteaynho@gmail.com
810418
KNIT & STITCH
If interested in joining this group please contact Glenwys or Sybil.

Contact
Glenwys 810880 or 
Sybil 810692

PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
If you want to consider a new hobby in the new year do look us up on our website. Our next ‘Zoom’
meeting on Wednesday 6th January 2021 at 7.30pm is by Colleen Slater, ARPS – The Magic of Macro. We wish you all a wonderful new year.
Contact
Anne Hunsley 

www.addphoto.co.uk
WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
Despite the Virus and the frequent changing of ‘visiting/travelling’ rules we do hope everybody had a wonderful Christmas and, where possible, met up with their friends and families as planned.  Judging by all the fabulous decorations in the village, (up earlier than usual?) the Christmas spirit was definitely not dampened and with the vaccine and assurances of control of Covid19 let us hope that 2021 will give us back our old freedom. Won’t it be nice to actually see folks smiling rather than assuming and hoping they are under that face mask. All members will have received the Winter Quarter Magazine, in which are the suggestions for the next WI Resolution, so if you have an opinion then do please, in our case, let Val Swann have your answer by the end of the first week of this month. Also, as we can’t meet to talk about it, if any member has taken advantage of the many interesting talks organised by Denman via Zoom, again contact Jill or Fiona and we can arrange a sort of ‘opinion section’ in future in the Aynho Newsletters . As for our next meeting – say no more – but to you all A VERY HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR. 

Contact
Fiona Hodges
369122
or
Jill Wightman
811206

WRITERS’ GROUP
Aynho Writers had their usual Christmas email day this month where our efforts were distributed by email in two batches. Our items were anonymous so we had to guess the author of each one. We all enjoyed this as well as the interesting items. Thanks to Fiona for organising that so well. Our meetings are cancelled as are everyone’s at the moment but our email system has kept us cheerful.

Contact
Keith McClellan
810346

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