A cuppa at Open Door

CEL­E­BRA­TIONS ON THE DOU­BLE TO MARK 30TH AN­NIVER­SARY

Bray People - - NEWS -

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.

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