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Tue 30 May 2017
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Residents Enjoy Creative Arts

Residents Enjoy Creative Arts

11 days ago - North
Residents enjoy creative arts. ARTISTS and singing tutors have teamed up with North Yorkshire County Council to hold a programme of workshops for older and disabled people to make sure their voices are heard, to be creative and have fun. -> Read more at Craven Herald

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