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Thank you from OPAL

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OPAL (Older People Active Lives) wishes to thank everyone for supporting their Christmas Coffee Morning.

The monies raised provide older residents with a locally prepared two course lunch each week, it allows them to enjoy organised day trips and to participate in a variety of activities and scheduled talks. Importantly, the Opal Club values each and every one of them.

In excess of £250 was raised at the Coffee Morning and for that we 'thank you'.

We would also like to take this opportunity of thanking those members of the community who have expressed an interest in volunteering on Tuesday mornings.

We are always in need of volunteers. Volunteering is rewarding and flexible -- we simply need you for as little or as much time as you might be able to offer.

Brenda Platt is our Organiser -- Telephone 07851 104210.

If you feel that you want to make a New Year's Resolution (already) and assist just once a week in any of the following ways, then please give Brenda a call ...

* We need anyone who might be able to provide transport as a driver
* Any general helpers to provide an extra pair of hands at our weekly meetings (currently on Tuesdays)
* Anyone who might want to help with the administration
* Perhaps you might want to provide and/or participate in actitivies

We wish you all a very Happy New Year.

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