Why not start your Christmas festivities with a lovely, home cooked Christmas dinner and a chance to meet people in the parish you might not know and chat to people you do know. The village hall is decorated, the tables laid in festive style, a group of residents will have peeled the sprouts, cooked and carved the turkeys, and made the gravy, stuffing and bread sauce. Puddings will be heated, mince pies hand made and everything put into serving dishes. Another group of people will serve your meal.
All this has been enjoyed by about 40 guests each year. Not been before? Don’t think you will know anyone? Don’t eat some of those foods? Contact one of us and we will put your mind at rest. You really will be made very welcome.
After the success of the last few years The Halton Charities trustees have chosen to fund this very popular event. If you are over 60 and live in the parish of Halton, including Moor Park you are invited! The date is set for 8th December 2017 at 12.30 for 1.00 in Halton Village Hall. Tickets will be available in early November from Mike Jimson, the charities Clerk. See the advert in this edition for all the details.
And if you’d like to help?!
If you are under sixty and have a couple of hours to spare to help with serving and washing up, or indeed with the cooking beforehand, please let us know as this would allow some of our cooks who are over 60 to have a rest and enjoy their lunch! Contact us using the details on the advert in this newsletter or speak to one of the following
Caroline Waddams, Sylvia Oram, Linda Francis, Shirley Czaplinski,
Mary Thompson and Ann Jimson