Contact the elderly is a national organisation which changes the lives of people aged 75 or over, who live alone and have difficulty getting out on their own. Sunday afternoons are felt to be the loneliest time of the week, when weekday services are not routinely available, so Sunday afternoon tea parties provide the opportunity for fun and friendship.
In St Asaph, members of the Rotary Club and St Asaph WI, supported by Contact the Elderly have joined forces to start a Sunday afternoon Tea Party in the Parish Church once a month, between 3.00 – 5.00pm.
January 13th saw 4 invited guests entertained royally with food and conversation, before being chauffeured back home! Guests’ attendance must be pre-booked so that arrangements for transport to and from home by a volunteer from the Rotary club can be assured and any allergies catered for.
The next tea party will be 3rd February, so if you know anyone who is
- Over 75
- Lives alone
- Has difficulty getting out by themselves,
Please nominate them or yourself as a guest by completing and posting the information requested below, or contact Dr Marion Hughes on 01745 590960 for further details or to discuss individual requirements.