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Complimentary Golf available for User Group members!

 

Register your interest as a pair or individual and we will get in touch to arrange a game with Open GI staff and/or Committee members

 

Please note - You must be a full member of the Open GI User Group to be eligible for this event

 

If you would like to know more about membership and all other benefits , please use the same contact information as below to register your interest

 

 

Contact Barbara Pena - Open GI User Group - Gresham Chambers - Room 20 - 14 Lichfield Street - Wolverhampton - WV1 1DG.

 

Email: members@openusergroup.org  / Tel. No. 01902 426363

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Hi,

 

could you provide some more details please, myself and our other committee member may be interested,

 

Many thanks,

 

Matt

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Hi Matt

 

Give Barbara a call to arrange. Venues and dates are flexible!

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