Tea and chat group hoping to bag windfall - The Stratford Observer
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13th Aug, 2022

Tea and chat group hoping to bag windfall

VOLUNTEERS running a tea and chat group are hoping to bag a windfall to help fund transport.

Stratford’s Tea and Chat group runs every two weeks at The Rosebird Community Hall to bring those feeling lonely and isolated together.

And the group – organised by Coun Kate Rolfe – has been shortlisted to receive a £500 donation from Skipton Building Society.

Coun Rolfe said the money would fund the picking up and returning of residents to their homes for at least a year.

The group is appealing to the public to vote and plans to meet with Stratford mayor Victoria Alcock to help represent its cause.

Visit www.skiptongrg.co.uk/apply-for-funding/2017-shortlisted-groups/west-midlands/tea-and-chat to support the group.

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