Gloucestershire Echo - - WHERE I LIVE - Jan Fe­bery jan-dave-fe­[email protected]

Want to make new friends? Every­one is wel­come at the Se­nior’s Cof­fee Mornings each Tues­day 10am-noon at The Na­tional Hunt Pub, Ben­hall Av­enue.

Go along alone, with hus­band/wife or a friend – there will al­ways be some­one to wel­come you.

Some peo­ple reg­u­larly stay for lunch. Am­ple park­ing avail­able.


» Wendy Mills makes de­li­cious jams jel­lies, mar­malades and pick­les and you can sam­ple her de­li­cious pre­serves in re­turn for a do­na­tion to Sue Ryder Hos­pice.

She wel­comes your sur­plus fruit and veg­eta­bles to use in her pre­serves and also your un­wanted jam jars but for the present only 380grams/12 oz size due to lack of storage space.

Wendy can be con­tacted on 01242 695518.

She is no longer able to travel around but still mak­ing and any­one can col­lect from hr home (please ring first) and sup­plies are avail­able from Sue Ryder Day Cen­tre, Leck­hamp­ton Court and the Sue Ryder Stow on the Wold Shop.

Ev­ery penny raised goes to Sue Ryder at Leck­hamp­ton Court.

» If you have been abroad on hol­i­day don’t for­get on your re­turn to take any un­used cur­rency - both notes and coins are wel­come - tomarks and Spencer for­eign money desk where you can do­nate to Change4cha­nge -Breast Can­cer UK.

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