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Oddfellow

(ˈɒdˌfɛləʊ)
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a member of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, a secret benevolent and fraternal association founded in England in the 18th century
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The Oddfellows Friendly Society in conjunction with the Oddfellows Hotel in Chester are hosting a Mad Hatter's Tea Party in aid of Marie Curie DON'T be late for a very important date when a Chester hotel holds a Mad Hatter's Tea Party later this month.
In Division Four, Park House made 172-4 - Danny Gilchrist with 51 and Harry Brandon 50 - Oddfellows replying with 117-5.
Also in the Premier Division Thornaby Oddfellows and Hardwick Social Club shared nine goals but it was Hardwick Social Club who sneaked the result by the odd goal.
1916 : It was reported that the family of Pte Percy Swallow, of Oddfellows Hall, Netherton, had received a letter stating he had been killed.
Heritage Minister Albert Jacob said the former Oddfellows Hall was one of the few remaining buildings linked to the movement in Western Australia.
Contractors are currently repaving in Oddfellows Street which is the final phase of the works there.
Winners and sponsors of the Chronicle's recent Cheshire Business Awards gathered for the event at Oddfellows in Chester city centre.
This week is the first that the chilled cabinet in the back room of Oddfellows in North Shields has lain empty - and that's only because of a beer leak that needs to dry out.
The TV chef is bringing his magic - and Michelin starred expertise - to Oddfellows, the Chester boutique hotel, restaurant and members' club.
David Kidney (Lab), Jeremy Lefroy (Con), Mike Shone (Greens) and Barry Stamp (Lib Dem) will be at the event in Oddfellows Hall in Stafford, on Thursday April 22, 7pm-9pm.
The 26-year-old, who lived above the Oddfellows Arms, Betws, had been due to travel to Bath with Betws soccer club later that evening.
The glory of Venice will be uncovered during a study day at the Oddfellows Hall, in Warwick Street, Leamington, on Saturday, January 24, from 10am-4pm.