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Gastronomic Connections

Date Posted: Saturday 26 November 2011

A team of helpers, led by Alex Glen-Bott, is going to provide a café-style lunch on the third Sunday of each month after High Mass.  Everything will cost under £5, and proceeds in excess of expenses will go towards Restoration and Renewal.  However, the primary aim is to provide a time to chat and relax, to enjoy good food, fun, and fellowship with members of the church family, and to meet and greet new members and visitors and to make them feel welcomed.

There will be a meeting with Alex after High Mass on Sunday 4 December for all who are interested.  A team of 6-8 people is needed; then the commitment will be once every 2 months.

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