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Lunch Club

Over 90 or 80? Maybe in your seventies? 

Living alone and no longer driving, except

to potter around the village?  You have a

disability or long-term health problem, and

would love to get out to meet old friends or

make new ones?  If so, we would be

delighted to see you at the Second Friday

Lunch Club, which meets every month

alternating between the Village Hall at

Buckland Newton and a local pub.  The cost

is £6 for 2 courses.

To summarise our membership policy... We welcome anyone who is elderly, housebound, those with reduced mobility, for those who are carers for a family member, or those living alone. Sadly this has to be restricted to those living in Buckland Newton or one of its hamlets.  We also have to limit the numbers to 36 when doing a Village Hall lunch. Please note that couples are not excluded as long as one member meets the criteria as outlined. And, if you are still a youngster in your sixties but are interested for the future, let us know, and your name can be added to the waiting list. Friday 10th August, 3.00 pm.  Second Friday Lunch Club - Afternoon Tea in the Garden.  The next meeting will be different from our usual format, in that, as previous years, we will be having after-noon tea at Mark Douglass'.  Thank you Mark for the offer of your beautiful garden for our tea.  Please contact Sue on 345760 or Jan on 345356 if you know you are going. Sadly, we have lost a few long-standing members over the last year or two, and so have space for a few new faces. If you would welcome the opportunity of a 2 course meal with congenial company do get in touch. Equally we would welcome offers of help with either the preparation of veg, the cooking, the serving, the washing up, etc.  Don't be shy, the phone numbers to ring are 01300 345356 or 01300 345586.  Meals cost £6.00 for two courses.
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