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Monday 26th November — 'CVM Roadshow' (Dorking, Surrey)

A night of entertainment, laughter, stories and inspiration. Enjoy a free drink along with comedy, banter, fun plus one or two fantastic stories. The CVM (Christian Vision for Men) Roadshow will be a great night out for everyone.... meaning female guests are MOST welcome too!

We will be taking a look back at what CVM has achieved to date and will share with you some of our plans for the future.

So invite your.........
(a) Wife/girlfriend
(b) Men's group
(c) Church
(d) All of the above
or just simply book, come on your own and enjoy an evening of fun, relaxation and inspiration.

— for more information visit — https://cvm.org.uk/

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