Back in business

PUBLISHED: 14:15 09 January 2008 | UPDATED: 11:26 11 June 2010

VOLUNTEERS and supporters of Seaton's defunct Age Concern Centre have begun meeting at a new location, the Number One church in Queen Street. The group was left without a home after Age Concern closed down the Healthy Living Centre in December. But, thank

VOLUNTEERS and supporters of Seaton's defunct Age Concern Centre have begun meeting at a new location, the Number One church in Queen Street.The group was left without a home after Age Concern closed down the Healthy Living Centre in December.But, thanks to the tireless efforts of those associated with the group, services for the elderly are now carrying on at the new venue.


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