Dorking Talking October Edition

We were shocked and saddened to lose Pam Stone, who died after a short illness last week, and we pay tribute to her in October’s Dorking Talking. Later in this edition, we look at a range of low-vision & print materials available and hear news of a possible remedy for those painful fingers afflicted by arthritis. We’ve got picnics, holidays and cream teas, as well as school roly-poly pud, so we’re well catered for in the food department! We also hear about a WWI Dorking Quaker and his work in France with the War Victims Relief Committee, and in a nod towards Halloween, we find out about pumpkin farming and how going to the fields to choose your own offers a whole range of pumpkin-related activities.

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