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Q. What about external social activities?
A,Well, apart from the coffee breaks and the visit to the local after clubs, we do try to organise other activities. We had a dinner out some time ago, but unfortunately none of the students joined us. We are now trying to organise a coach outing but the club is so heterogeneous in age, interest and so on that it is very difficult to find an activity or a place to visit that pleases everyone. We all enjoy the various club parties, at Christmas and other times. It’s good for the students and volunteers to know there is more then one club and that they are part of a larger organisation.
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