Support for Honiton Memory Cafe
Even the snow didn’t keep supporters away.
HONITON Memory Cafe was in people’s minds as they trudged through the snow in the run-up to Christmas.
Scores of shoppers stopped to support the fledgling group when it set up a fund-raising stall in Lace Walk.
Home-made gifts, Christmas cakes, chutneys and mincemeat were on offer.
In spite of the appalling weather, a profit of �270 was made. Organisers wish to thank all those who supported the venture.
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On January 22, around 20 members of the cafe visited the Manor Pavilion in Sidmouth to watch the old time music hall.
A night of laughter and singing was enjoyed by all.
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Honiton Memory Cafe meets on the third Thursday of each month in the Methodist Church, Chapel Street, from 2pm to 4pm.
Further information is available from Min Rennolds on 07789104601.