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Come out and meet your neighbours

05 Mar 2015

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The Docklands Social Club is growing in popularity, with attendance doubling at last month’s event.

Held every second Wednesday of the Month, the Docklands Social Club offers local residents and workers the opportunity to get to know other people within their community.

Organised by Docklands News publisher Shane Scanlan, the Docklands Social Club aims to bring people together at a different Docklands venue every month.

“We’d love to see people get out of their comfort zones and explore new parts of Docklands and meet new people,” Mr Scanlan said.

“There’s no hidden agenda, it’s all about getting to know people and having a good time.”

The next Docklands Social Club will be held on Wednesday, March 11 from 7pm at The Merchant Society, which is located at 71 Merchant St.

Enjoy some photos from the February social club at The Conder restaurant in NewQuay.

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