Tewin seniors enjoy annual lunch
PUBLISHED: 09:06 21 February 2017
Senior citizens enjoyed a slap up meal thanks to a group of community spirited villagers.
The Friends of Tewin hosted their annual senior citizens lunch in the Tewin Memorial Hall, which consisted of two home-made courses.
Lunch was followed by tea, coffee and chocolates and then the ever popular quiz.
Friends committee member Deborah Newton said: “This year we were also delighted to have local singer Aimi Percival come along to entertain our guests.
“We provided a meal for over 90 Tewin residents as well as delivering some to the homes of those people who weren’t able to attend in person due to various ailments. It was a lovely afternoon with a fantastic atmosphere.
“It is always a very busy day and the committee couldn’t manage without all the extra helpers who so generously give their time and we send our thanks to them all.
“We were also most grateful to receive a donation of £100 from Tewin Parish Council towards the cost of the event and we would like to thank them for their contribution.
“It was a lovely afternoon and especially nice to see so many happy smiling faces throughout the event.”
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