Christian Aid Super Soup Lunch: Saturday 1 February 2014
The Family Centre at the United Reformed church was packed as many people enjoyed the Christian Aid Super Soup Lunch
In addition to the meal there were stalls selling Fairtrade products, postage stamps and Sally was operating a stall selling a wide range of gifts to raise more money for this worthy cause.
April 2014: The Christian Aid Super Soup Lunch, raised £635. This was a record amount and the committee are very grateful to all those who made soup, served, washed up as well as everyone who came to enjoy the delicious lunch. Thanks very much.
- See photographs and reports of Christian Aid Lunches in other years
- See the Christian Aid page on this web site
Chunky Chicken and Vegetable
Butternut and Carrot
Leek and Potato
Smoked Haddock Chowder
|The extensive menu - and by 12:30 two varieties
had already sold out!
|Not only the soup was good - the waitress (and waiter) service was excellent!|
|The room was really full - people arriving after 12:30 had to wait!|
|Look of eager anticipation!||Faithful supporters - Phil and Bobs Moat have always supported church events|
|Another faithful supporter - Sally sells a range of books, CDs and marmalade to raise some more funds for Action Aid|
- See reports and photographs of the Christian Aid Lunches on earlier years
- Visit the national Christian Aid web site
Christian Aid works to expose the scandal of poverty, to help in practical ways to root it out from the world, and to challenge and change the systems that favour the rich and powerful over the poor and marginalised.
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