Monday Meeat

 


Lunch time at Monday Meet

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 Monday Meeat are open events and all are welcome!

Especially young mums/dads/carers or those who live on their own.

Come along for a chat and meet with others in a cafe style atmosphere.

If you have a neighbour who enjoys socialising with others why not bring them along so they don't have to come alone the first time?

There are toys for toddlers and younger children, along with play mats.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

We have a selection of board games, dominoes and quiet activities, suitable for adults and children.

We offer 'real' coffee (or tea) and cakes for £1, available from 11am, and a variety of hot & cold lunch menus for £2 - £3 available from noon onwards. Menu choices vary.

  • Sandwiches
  • Soup and roll
  • Filled Jacket Potatoes
  • All available with fruit or cake and unlimited tea or real coffee
  • Squash and hot chocolate also available

Monday Meeat usually takes place on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, with some exceptions to avoid bank holidays etc.

May and August have revised dates this year. Please see our calendar for exact days and times.

Open to all, no need to book, drop in and see what we offer.

Please use the hall entrance down the driveway.

Our hall is level access with disabled accessible facilities.

Come and enjoy this friendly cafe style meeting space with homemade refreshments at a non-profit cost.

If you're coming as a large group, have special dietary requirements or would like further information about our events, please contact Wendy on 02392 379278.

Volunteers wanted! Our small kitchen team could always do with some extra help! Please contact Wendy, as above, if you can spare some time.

The church can be accessed through the hall and anyone wanting to go in to look around; or to sit in quiet contemplation; or for prayer is welcome to use this opportunity. There will be those in the hall who can assist anyone wanting to know about the church or wanting someone to listen. 

 


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