The party ran from 12 – 5pm during which the guests were treated to a warm and cold buffet, knees up old time sing-a-long, karaoke and a fabulous raffle with nearly 50 prizes.
The guests who attended had the opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new ones. Those who weren’t familiar with the centre were able to see the facilities on offer. Everyone who attended was well fed and there was enough food for everyone to take home as well as the remainder being able to be given to the local food bank to benefit an even broader demographic of local residents such as young families in need over the Christmas period.
All in all the party was a massive success, we were pleased to have support from our MP Kate Hoey who attended and we are already thinking about how to improve it for next year.