As part of a student social survey project, you are organising a group to visit a historical exhibition in a small town, Write a letter asking for information regarding such things as the contents of the exhibition, and the dates of its opening and closing, and if there are any discounts available.

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Verma, I am writing to inform you that I would be visited at the historical exhibition nearby very soon with my team. So, for
, I need a bunch of relevant information before coming for a smooth visit.
, I would like to ask that the list shown on the pamphlets of contents is there every item going to be executed
as books by the remarkable old era's authors
as William Shakespeare and so on. Apart from
, I have read that there would be an antique clock which is approximately 200 years old would that be available? Despite of contents, I would like to know the exact date of opening and closing of the exhibition along with the timing as it was not clearly mentioned in the articles.
In addition
to it, It would be appreciated if you could let me know if there is any discount available on entry as I am a regular member of your community in organizing public events at different places. I am looking forward to hearing from you. Yours faithfully, Jessica Alba
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