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Making Memories Over Malteser Cake

GUESTS enjoyed a delicious chocolate Malteser cake at our Ubuntu Coffee Morning last month. They also tested their brain cells with a picture quiz featuring well known sports stars and grabbed some great raffle prizes including a bottle of wine, a tub of chocolates and some pampering products.

The coffee morning was held once again at Paston Farm Community Centre in Freston, Paston, Peterborough where Christmas decorations were already adorning the walls. There were many conversations and laughter echoed round the room as people chatted over a cup of tea or coffee.

We were also delighted to welcome NHS administrator Debbie Brunton, who gave a very informative presentation about bowel cancer screening.

Our coffee mornings are named after the African philosophy of ‘Ubuntu’ which places emphasis on 'being self through others’, as we recognise that no-one in society should be left behind.

Thank you to @Localgiving and Postcode Places Trust, a grant-giving charity funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery @postcodelottery for awarding us a Magic Little Grant to support this project.

We're planning another event in January so if you know of anyone who is socially isolated or lonely and would benefit from coming along to one of our coffee mornings in the future, please drop us an email, charity@nessmfoundation.org


Our guests chatted over cups of tea and coffee and tested their brain cells with a picture quiz featuring well known sports stars.



Miranda and Bonnie from our Community Walking Group were able to relax at our Ubuntu Coffee Morning at Paston Farm Community Centre.


There were lots of conversations and laughter echoed around the room, which was already adorned with a few Christmas decorations.


Sharn was pleased with the bottle of red wine she won in our raffle.






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