Free tea party for St Albans’ over-60s

PUBLISHED: 09:00 30 November 2017

A photo of the Community Central team.

A photo of the Community Central team.

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There will be a free tea party for the over-60s population in St Albans next Wednesday.

Community Central has invited them to the Jubilee Centre on Catherine Street between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

Acting-Chief Exec of Community Central, Kate Newton, said: “We know that Christmas can be an expensive and worrying time for older people.

“Please don’t go without, don’t cut back on your heating bills, or take out a doorstep loan.

“We are here to help in any way we can even if it’s just free tea and cakes and a listening ear. Please pop along and see us at our tea party.”

The event is free to attend, and also involves a raffle, and information about activities and support in St Albans district.

To find out more call 01727 814644 and Paul or Kate can provide more information.

Community Central was called St Albans CVS until it relaunched this month.

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