Graham Nicholson attended Armistice Day in Dainville for the first time as WTA's Chairman and made a very personal speech which will be reported in the next Newsletter.


Tom Sutton laid the WTA wreath at the war memorial in Whitstable on Remembrance Sunday.


The Dainville Group again provided popular cakes, tea and coffee at Dainville's annual Braderie.


Ten WTA members visited Albertslund for the town's Associations' Day and supported Phoenix Performing Arts who put on performances of Romeo and Juliet, having done the same in Molndal.


WTA will again be at the Tankerton Christmas Market (Sunday November 30) selling Gluhwein, Stollen and Apple Stollen.


A German themed night, with traditional German food, at the Ship Centurion proved highly popular.  


Three members attended the international network meeting in Molndal (Sweden) where plans for next year were discussed as well as other ideas for partner towns to join together in special projects.  There will be a report in the December Newsletter.


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