Aldershot News & Mail : 2020-08-19

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14 NEWS & MAIL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2020 YOUR COMMUNITY NEWS Temple community thank hospital staff Keith Hanks, representi­ng Frimley Park Hospital, receives a cheque from the Buddhist Community Centre in Aldershot THE Buddhist Community Centre, in Aldershot, has donated a cheque worth £1,100 to Frimley Park Hospital to help support staff who have worked tirelessly during the coronaviru­s pandemic. Fundraisin­g manager Keith Hanks visited the temple and community centre in High Street late last month to receive the cheque. The money was raised by the community on the 2,564th birth anniversar­y of Gautama Buddha (Buddha Jayanti). Mr Hanks said: “This is another fantastic example of the community supporting their local hospital. I would like to pass on my personal thanks to the Buddhist community for their incredible support and making me feel so welcome at their temple. “Funds will go towards a number of projects to support our staff.” Do you have an appetite for Vine Dining? MOGGY MATCHMAKER­S need to have a Level 2 Food Hygiene and Safety Certificat­e. If interested or in need of more informatio­n, email mary.webb@ thevinecen­ batch cooking meals for the Vine Dining Delivery Service. Volunteers are needed between 9am and noon on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Ideal applicants also A CHARITY in Aldershot is on the look-out for volunteers who are able to help out in its kitchen. The Vine Centre is in need of volunteers who can assist with Can you give Cassie the loving home she needs? Help build Cassie’s confidence She is likely to be happiest living as an only cat and might prefer to be an indoor cat, so her new owner will need to understand that she may not want to go out. However, we want her to have a home with access to a safe garden away from busy roads, just in case she decides to venture outdoors in the future. Could Cassie be the companion for you? If so, call Cats Protection on 01252 334644 or email homing@ For further informatio­n, CUTE Cassie is around 10 years old and has had to be taken into the charity’s care because her owner is no longer able to look after her. She is used to a female owner and does not seem comfortabl­e around men, so she is looking for a single female owner who is at home most of the time. Cassie is an affectiona­te and purry girl but is a bit nervous. She will need a quiet home with an understand­ing, patient owner who can spend time with her, building her confidence and gaining her trust. The Vine Centre volunteers at work in the kitchen visit PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R PressReade­ +1 604 278 4604 . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW

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