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Middlesex Branch of The WFA will be re-launching meetings at 7:10pm on evening of Tuesday 13 March 2018

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Do come along and join us! We meet at Whitton Community Centre! Venue: Hewitt Room, Whitton Community Centre, Percy Road, Whitton, TW2 6JL. Close to Whitton Railway station and on H22 and 110 bus routes from Hounslow or Richmond linking to underground Time: Second Wednesday of the month: 7:10pm for meeting from 7:30pm Donation (£4 suggested) …


St George’s Day at Zeebrugge

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One of the reasons for Britain and her Empire going to war in 1914 was because of the perceived danger to the UK’s maritime trade posed by a hostile Germany controlling the ports on the European side of the English Channel and North Sea. The German conquest of much of Belgium – including the Belgian coast line – brought about this feared scenario w…