Kon­nect Cafe event unites gen­er­a­tions

Paisley Daily Express - - Front Page - Ken­neth Speirs

There was plenty to keep peo­ple busy at the Kon­nect Cafe at Pais­ley’s Kiln­side Road Evan­gel­i­cal Church.

The gath­er­ing in­vited peo­ple from the lo­cal com­mu­nity to take part in crafts ses­sions, and that in­cluded ev­ery­one aged from zero to 100.

Chil­dren got the chance to get cre­ative with crafts, rang­ing from paint­ing to mak­ing great cre­ations with Hama beads, while older vis­i­tors took part in flower ar­rang­ing.

And there was a chance for chil­dren to show they too could make great flo­ral ar­range­ments when the dif­fer­ent gen­er­a­tions met up.

The chu rch was de­lighted at the turnout from the com­mu­nity.

Liz Hawthorne, a chil­dren’s worker at the Kiln­side Road, said: “There were hardly any church mem­bers there - it was mainly peo­ple who had been in­vited.

“Ev­ery­one was very busy work­ing at six ta­bles.

“It went very well.”

Flower girls Lorna Brown, Flo Doo­ley and Julie Tait

Happy faces both seven Charley Hen­dren and Amy Jack­son,

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