A cuppa at Open Door
CELEBRATIONS ON THE DOUBLE TO MARK 30TH ANNIVERSARY
THE tea and coffee cups were kept full to the brim last week at Open Door as they held not one but two coffee mornings.
This was to celebrate their 30th anniversary and also raise vital funds for the organisation.
‘ Thank you to everyone who attended, helped out and baked for this community event,’ said spokeswoman Suzanne Cox.
‘Your support helps fund the many activities available at the centre.
They opened their doors on Wednesday morning and again on Friday morning for two events during the week.
People who came along got to meet members, staff and volunteers and see the wonderful range of activities available for adults with physical and sensory disabilities.
Meanwhile, members of the public are invited to get involved and host their own coffee mornings for Open Door.
‘You or someone you know could host a small event at home or perhaps organise it in one of the many coffee shops in our area,’ said Suzanne.
To find out more about Open Door or how to get involved, call (01) 2867123.
Anne Gray, Helen Clarke and Betty Fennelly.
Mary Hackett and Rudy Montejo at the coffee morning in Open Door.
Suzanne Cox and Alice Boland.