Christian Aid Super Soup Lunch: Saturday 2 February 2013
The Family Centre at the United Reformed church was packed as many people enjoyed the Christain 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.
- See photographs and reports of Christian Aid Lunches in other years
- See the Christian Aid page on this web site
|The extensive menu - and by 12:15 two varieties
had already sold out!
|Enjoying their soup - and brea and cheese|
|A family affair - Bobs Moat (back to camera), Phil and, in the second photograph, their daughter Liz with a friend (Ali Stephens) and Liz's husband, John - who, in case you didn't know is the PACT web master!|
- See the report and photographs of the Christian Aid Lunch 2012
- See the report and photographs of the Christian Aid Lunch 2011
- Visit the national Christian Aid web site super soup page
Christian Aid Week: 12 to 18 May
Today around 870 million people are desperate for food. One in eight people will go to bed hungry tonight. This is a scandal.
Join us to bite back at hunger this Christian Aid Week and help communities find ways to not only survive but to thrive, with enough food to eat not just today but tomorrow.
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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