Chat Cafe has been suspended since Covid restrictions began.  It would be lovely to see this, or a rebirth of it at the church in the future.  If there is anyone who would like to volunteer to lead it please contact Sandra Laslett.

Chat Café is an informal, drop-in that’s open to all those in secondary school, Year 7 and upwards; it’s a great place to meet up with friends in a warm, dry, safe environment, once a week, over the winter months.

Chat Café runs in the Fellowship Rooms in church  on Tuesdays in term time, 6.45pm-8.45pm, from September through to May half term.

The youngsters pay a 50p weekly subscription (which keeps us self-funding) and enjoy cost price drinks and goodies from the Tuck Shop. If there are any surplus funds at the end of the year then we make a donation to a charity chosen by the youngsters themselves.

In the recent past the Chat Cafe members  hosted a Film and Tea Party afternoon for invited guests from the older residents of the village. 'Calamity Jane' was shown on the big screen TV in the Fellowship Rooms at the church and simple refreshments were served. The afternoon was thoroughly enjoyed by all those who came, young and old alike, and we hope to hold similar events in the future.

Chat Cafe is a good safe place to hang out just for a chat, or there’s plenty to do including: computer and board games, table tennis, pool, DVDs, music, multi-player Xbox games and that all important Tuck Shop!

If you're of secondary school age then just come along any Tuesday in term time from September to May half term, or to find out more contact:

Pip Bowhay (Tel: 01626 890746)  or Ceri Lee (Tel: 01626 890673)       

NB: Both Pip and Ceri hold DBS Certification


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