Home-Start Uttlesford cuts cake to mark 25 years
OVER 30 Trustees, friends, volunteers and supporters of Home-Start Uttlesford attended the Silver Jubilee AGM on September 24 – exactly 25 years on from the charity s first AGM. After the formal meeting, held at Saffron Walden Town Hall, Ruth Driver, one
OVER 30 Trustees, friends, volunteers and supporters of Home-Start Uttlesford attended the Silver Jubilee AGM on September 24 - exactly 25 years on from the charity's first AGM.
After the formal meeting, held at Saffron Walden Town Hall, Ruth Driver, one of the founders, cut a special cake before all present had a delicious lunch and an opportunity to reflect on the successes of the charity.
A special souvenir booklet in words and pictures was given to everyone there.
Home-Start supports young families with children under the age of five in the district. To find out more about the charity, call 01799 520728 or visit the website at www.homestartuttlesford.co.uk
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Meanwhile, the charity is raffling off a Silver Jubilee Quilt. Tickets will be on sale once the quilt is displayed in Janet Riley's window in the town from October 23.
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