Witham and South Woodham Ferrers Welcome Cafe

A reminder about the following Welcome Cafes going on in your area!

Witham Welcome Cafe:

Every second Tuesday of the month,  10-12pm at Witham URC Church. Come and meet our friendly group over a cup of coffee or tea.

South Woodham Ferrers Welcome Cafe:

Library, Trinity Square, CM3 5JU

Every fourth Wednesday of the month, 10am-12pm, at South Woodham Ferrrers Library, Trinity Square. It is a chance to meet others and have a chat, even bring your children along for a play at the same time.

You can call 01376 316 126 for more information or speak to your Service Co-ordinator.

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