Keeping warm this winter
Heating or eating?
To offer support to those faced with this choice, a Warm Space is available at St. Petroc's Parish Centre (next to Priory Park) on the four Saturdays in November, 10.30am to 1.30pm. Free hot drinks, soup and snacks are on offer as well as a cosy room to sit, read, chat and enjoy the company of others.
Collaboration between Bodmin Town Council and their Warm Spaces Project, St. Petroc's Church, volunteers from the community, Bodmin Way and Bodmin Keep is making this possible.
Either come for the whole time, 10.30am to 1.30pm, drop in or come especially at 11am for an interactive experience provided by Bodmin Keep; if you like delving into the past, looking at and handling fascinating objects from bygone times and guessing what they were used for, playing games children played decades ago and finding out more about local history, this activity is for you.
Rev'd Elaine Munday, supported by her friends and volunteers, are at the Parish Centre on Fridays from 10am to 12pm. Hot chocolate, tea, coffee, cakes, snacks and soup are provided free of charge and there's free 'take away' food to enjoy a meal at home later.
It's not only about keeping warm and sharing food; it's an opportunity for individuals, couples and whole families to gather together and chat about all sorts of things, including fun and simple recipes!
Spread the word and let's all be warm together this winter!