St Barnabas Lincolnshire is looking forward to their `Bring a Gift’ Coffee Mornings across West Lindsey this January.
Go along with friends and enjoy coffee and delicious homemade cakes, take part in their tombola, pick up a bargain with the bric a brac and books, and peruse the St Barnabas giftware.
And if you enjoy baking cakes or biscuits, donations would be very much appreciated for their cake stalls which are always very popular.
“We would love to see as many people as possible at these Coffee Mornings which help to support the ongoing provision of care to patients and their families in local communities by St Barnabas,” said Caroline Swindin, Community Events Fundraiser for St Barnabas.
“And if anyone has any unwanted Christmas gifts they wish to bring along, these would be very much appreciated to support future tombolas and raffles in the area.”
This Thursday, January 15, there will be a coffee morning at the St Barnabas Gainsborough Hospice in Front Street, Morton and on Saturday, January 17, there will be a coffee morning in Market Rasen Library.
“Both our Coffee Mornings are open 10am to 12noon and entry is free,” added Caroline.
“We would like to thank the Chairman of West Lindsey District Council, Councillor Malcolm Parish who will be attending our Gainsborough Coffee Morning and to all the staff at Market Rasen Library for hosting the Coffee Morning in support of St Barnabas, where our thanks also to go to Jenny Stimson, Community Champion at Tesco Market Rasen, for her help and support with refreshments at our Market Rasen event.”
For more information please contact Caroline on 07435 970309 or e-mail email@example.com