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When Dreary Inkling Primary School's headmistress buys some new vending machines, she never imagined that a freak electrical storm would turn them into killer robots... Suddenly, the vending machines are on the rampage! Can whizz-girl Drishya Samode step in to save the day - and unite the Tech-Heads and the Cool Girls at the same time?

We will be at pitch number Red 130 and will also have the bestselling 'A History of Chorleywood' book for sale on the day! Plus its talented authors will be nearby to sign copies at the U3A stand! 

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