Bray Partnership Christmas lunch at Little Flower Hall
THE Little Flower Hall played host to the Bray Partnership Christmas Community lunch last Monday.
There was a huge turnout with more than 150 people from the local community gathering at the Little Flower Hall.
There was plenty for the guests to enjoy as the hall was transformed into a winter wonderland market filled with some fantastic craft stalls from local organisations such as Open Door and Festina Lente.
While guest browsed the stalls some mellow Christmas music from community group, Music Together, was performed.
With plenty to do and see guests took a little break and enjoyed some delicious mince pies, tea and refreshments.
The Partnership’s Community Lunches are popular regular events in the town’s community calendar.
The idea behind the lunches is to provide an opportunity for people from local community groups and statutory agencies, and elected public representatives, to get together and network over a cup of tea and a sandwich.
‘The Partnership’s community lunches bring all the different sectors of the local community together and provide an invaluable opportunity to make important connections that benefit the whole community,’ said Niamh Maguire, from the Bray Adult Learning Centre, who was at the Christmas Community Lunch.
For further information on the Bray Partnership you can contact Michelle Rogers on ( 01) 2868266.