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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 wit…