Closure of our Monday and Wednesday Welcome Cafes-Harlow and South Woodham Ferrers

Dear all

Please note that our Welcome cafe at our Harlow Wellbeing Centre will no longer run on a Monday, as from Monday 3rd of June. We are also closing our South Woodham Ferrers welcome cafe which is held on the fourth Wednesday of the month. We do not take these closures lightly but believe that our resources are best served at creating new and exciting events and activities elsewhere.

We still have a number of cafes open across Essex, should you be concerned about these closures. Please contact your co-ordinator for more information.

Author: Laura Balerdi
Categories: News

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