Blandford-November Fellowship Hour

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On a cold wet November afternoon following a delicious two course lunch twelve hardy folk settled down in a semi-circle to begin their chair-based exercises.

For an hour to appropriate music (which we could also sing along to) Clare led us through the tango, the foxtrot, the waltz and many more types of dances without us even leaving our seats.

The whole event was entered into with much enthusiasm and a realization that some of us didn't have any coordination. However, our hand movements would have thrilled Craig Revel Horwood as we stretched, rolled and gracefully moved our arms up, down and roundabout. After that it was home for a lie down, we were all exhausted.

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