The Babington Centre, Trellech Village Hall

Important Notice re Trellech Village Hall Newsletter

Dear friend and neighbour,

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Best wishes,

Trellech Village Hall

The Babington Centre, Trellech Teas, Trellech Village Hall

Trellech Teas warming up for Summer

(Trellech Teas opens every Friday at the Babington from 2pm to 4.30pm)

We continue to welcome all at Trellech Teas, as we hopefully move towards warmer weather.

This month, we are proud to say that as we run as a not for profit organisation, we are able to make three substantial donations from last year’s takings. This is due of course to our customers and volunteer helpers and bakers, without whom we would not be able to run.

The ‘good causes’ identified this year are; Solas, who provide a broad range of services for vulnerable people, those that are homeless or at risk of homelessness locally; a charity in Cambodia supporting children and girls education and our own village hall in Trellech, to be put towards a new notice board to replace the one currently in use outside the Babington Centre.

We have two ‘takeover teas’ coming up soon. This is an opportunity for local organisations to hire the hall and raise money for their own causes. 27th April will be the turn of the Babington Trust to organise the afternoon and 18th May will be the turn of ‘Home Start’ who provide help and support for families in the locality. Please come along and take refreshment in the usual way, in the knowledge that you are contributing to the community at the same time.

For now, enjoy a cup of tea, coffee and a delicious slice of cake or quiche in the warmth of the hall. Don’t forget we do a range of speciality teas and cafetiere coffees along with a gluten free cake every week.  The 3 smaller pieces of cake for £2.50 is always a popular option and you can always ‘takeaway’ with our purpose built cake boxes.

Hope to see you soon and don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to help or bake!

Best wishes,

Jean Hughes
Margaret Morris