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East London Tangent club looks for new members

PUBLISHED: 13:25 22 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:04 22 July 2016

Essex and East London Tangent club

Essex and East London Tangent club

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If you are a woman interested in forming friendships and giving back to the community through charity work, then this club could be for you.

The Essex and East London Tangent club is looking for more women to join in with its sociable activities.

Chairwoman Tara Donaghty said the group is very active.

“As a group, we do a range of different activities,” she said.

“We have tea and coffee dates, visit the theatre, have pampering nights, bowling, wine tasting and we try to have new experiences such as horse riding.

“We expand our social lives and expand our connections by getting to know each other, while at the same time having fun and having new experiences.

“Through our meetings and events, we form a unique bond

of friendship.”

The club, which is open for women of all ages, meets on the last Thursday of every month.

Members enjoy a range of activities, including trips out across London and fundraising events for a range of charities, both local and international.

The group held its first meeting in February this year and Tara said new members are always welcome, especially at the monthly dinner meet-ups.

She said: “We are looking for new members who seek to make new friends and do something positive for the community they live in and for those in need for help.

“You will be joining a group of friends who meet up once or twice a month for socials and for fundraising or charity events.”


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