Plea to host tennis players from twin town

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First published in News

People are being urged to open their homes to host tennis players from Bicester’s twinned town of Neunkirchen in Seelscheid, Germany, over the weekend of Friday, May 30, to Monday, June 2.

Bicester and District Twinning Association need to find places for two females, one is the youth tennis organiser and the other is a club member.

Anyone who can help should contact Richard Mould on 07742 544719.

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