News from Larchwood Community Cafe

The latest news on your very own community cafe at new Larchwood is exciting great plans are afoot.

On Monday afternoon we have an art class that has received new funding and we are hoping to welcome new members. the group hopes to hold its own Open house event later in the spring. Tutor Emily is funded by the Friends Meeting house and is very skilled . People are invited to drop in to join in or just watch and use the cafe facilities.

The cafe is also open on wednesday morning from 10am till 1pm. At both of these sessions there will be booksale/swap in aid of a local concern,the City Cat Shelter. This will be an ongoing attraction. We hope that those visiting the new doctor’s surgery will take advantage of the cafe’s facilities on the day.

The Friends of Coldean also meet every 2-3 weeks on Tuedays at 2-4pm, a local group formed for the purpose of arranging trips, taking part in activities and studying the history of Coldean. the group would like to welcome new members and is planning to set up a stall giving information about itself and fund- raising for forthcoming activities at the Coldean festival in August.

A new menu will be available shortly with health options. We are also hoping to offer in due couse food made with home grown organic vegetables from our own community allotment.

We hope to see you soon at the cafe and would also welcome volunteers to help. Our cafe is about us, the people of Coldean – please take time to make it a success.

Jean Thomas.


About Robin Berry

Retired from Brighton University
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