Every Friday 9:30 — 1:30pm in the Village Hall
Do you know someone or maybe you would like to:
Get out of the house once a week?
Have a chat with new friends over coffee and a biscuit?
Be entertained each week?
Take a break from caring, by dropping off the person you support, for a few hours with a volunteer group who include three retired nurses?
Enjoy a two course freshly cooked lunch?
This picture shows Andy using the cooking facilities in the village hall kitchen. Andy, who learnt his skills in the Army is preparing (fresh on the premises) a lunch of chicken, mushroom and ham pie, potatoes, peas and carrots followed by baked rice pudding with jam.
There is an amazing group of volunteers who would love the chance to give you/them a great morning. So, if you are interested or do know someone, give Madelaine a ring on 01458 253976 for further details and to arrange a visit.
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