Thank-you tea for Axe Valley volunteers

PUBLISHED: 15:00 19 June 2016 | UPDATED: 08:42 23 June 2016

A cream tea was held for volunteers from Axe Valley Visiting Scheme, Forget Me Not Reminiscence and Life Story service at the Tracey Estate near Honiton this week. Sue Marshall and Lin Richards provided refreshments for the group. Ref mha 23-16SH 7581. Picture: Simon Horn.

A cream tea was held for volunteers from Axe Valley Visiting Scheme, Forget Me Not Reminiscence and Life Story service at the Tracey Estate near Honiton this week. Sue Marshall and Lin Richards provided refreshments for the group. Ref mha 23-16SH 7581. Picture: Simon Horn.

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The volunteers give their time to support older people under schemes run by East Devon Volunteer Support Agency (EDVSA).

A celebration vintage high tea was held to thank the ‘awesome’ volunteers working with The Axe Valley Visiting Scheme and Forget Me Not Reminiscence and Life Story Service.

The volunteers give their time to support older people under schemes run by East Devon Volunteer Support Agency (EDVSA).

Co-ordinator Gill Amos said: “They make a huge difference to the lives of some of the most vulnerable people.

“They are all absolute stars.”

She thanked Tracey Garden Estate, in Honiton, for providing the venue and Sue Marshall, who provided the tea.

To volunteer, call 01404 549045 or email gill.amos@edvsa.org.uk


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