Volunteers wanted for new luncheon club in Thorpe St Andrew

Roxley Hall in Thorpe St Andrew is also home to the town's dementia cafe.
Hayley Howes, left, from

Roxley Hall in Thorpe St Andrew is also home to the town's dementia cafe. Hayley Howes, left, from Andrew Fredrick Adult Supportm, pictured with volunteers, left to right, Amy Partridge, Katie Cox and Bethany Potter. Picture : ANTONY KELLY - Credit: copyright ARCHANT 2017

Volunteers are needed for a luncheon club in Thorpe St Andrew ahead of its launch in January next year.

Thorpe Luncheon Club will provide those who are living alone with a chance to socialise in a relaxed and friendly environment.

It is now seeking volunteers to help with transporting members to Roxley Hall on Yarmouth Road.

The club is a partnership between Thorpe St Andrew Town Council and the Buddies Day Service

Visitors will have the chance to enjoy a freshly cooked three-course lunch.


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Town mayor Ian Mackie said: This new project, designed to target those who may be on their own, will provide a lovely community facility for those who want to come and socialise and have a freshly cooked, locally sourced, hot meal.'

For more information on how to get involved, contact Thomas Foreman, town clerk on 01603 701048 or email office@thorpestandrew-tc.gov.uk

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