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Community Drop-In Cafe

We are launching a new initiative within our Church. A Community Drop-In Cafe will happen every Monday morning in the Church Hall between 9:00 am and 12 noon commencing on Monday 29th April.

There is a welcome, coffee, and people to chat with. There will be a table with jigsaws and board games, a box of books which people can borrow, and whatever grows from talking to one another about what people would like.

It is not a Coffee Morning just a welcome social space for all ages, all abilities, for everyone.

For more details and information, please see June Grunwald or Eileen Rennie

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