Type: Evening Event
Dress code: School Outfits
It is Framely Village School AGM.
Due to lack of attendance at the last few AGMs the governors have decided to hold the meeting in conjunction with a dinner. But who is using the PTA for nefarious purposes? What goes on behind closed doors AFTER the meetings? And would anyone kill to protect the good name of the school?
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