Wednesday, the 15th July, at 7:30pm is our next branch meeting. We will be going ahead and holding the meeting, and once again we will be using the Zoom video conferencing app.

After four months of lockdown we thought it would be fun to stimulate the grey matter by holding a quiz night. To ensure you wouldn't want to miss it there will be a £20 Thorne's gift voucher for the winner.

The Zoom app is available for most operating systems. You can get it from the Apple App Store, the Google Play Store or by visiting the Zoom website, https://zoom.us/

When you install it you do NOT need to setup an account if you are only joining a meeting someone else has setup.

If you have any questions about using the Zoom app please ask and if you want to do a test run let me know via the same contact form and I'll see if I can setup a session for you.

I will send out the Zoom invitation with all the details in prior to the meeting and hope to see you on the 15th.

Keep safe and well,

Martin


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