Twinning group at risk

Much Wenlock was twinned with French town Cysoing in 2004 and strong links have been developed between the two communities. But now the Shropshire town’s Twinning Group may be in danger of closing down. Steve Stevenson, the group’s PR officer, explained that the current committee , which has been in place for over 12 years, will stand down at the AGM on 9 May.

He said, “The committee is anxious the group should continue with fresh leadership, bringing renewed enthusiasm and ideas. We need to appoint a chairperson, secretary and treasurer, otherwise it’s with great reluctance that the group will be dissolved.”

For further information, contact Steve via email at ajs@uwclub.net or on 01952 727884.

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