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Looking out for our neighbours
“Coming to Memory Lane has changed my life”
CalderdaleWritten by Memory Lane Cafe
Memory Lane Cafe provides the place, space and opportunity for people to make connections with each other. Some of these connections develop into friendships as with Marjorie who called into our fund-raising coffee morning in early 2019. After this, she came along to one of our Sowerby Bridge cafes at which she was introduced to two of our regulars, Eth and Beth. They quickly formed a strong friendship and the three now often meet up away from the cafe on trips out together.
Marjorie said “Coming to Memory Lane has changed my life. I’m so glad you told me about it and introduced me to those two lovely ladies”.
Find out more about how Memory Lane Cafe have benefited from getting involved in the Looking out for our neighbours campaign by watching the video below:
Next cafe dates to visit Memory Lane are:
Sowerby Bridge, St. Pauls Methodist Church, Tower Hill, HX6 2EQ (1.30-4pm)
January 11th and 25th
February 8th and 22nd
March 14th and 28th
Halifax, Maurice Jagger Centre, Lister Street, Winding Road, HX1 1UZ (2-4 pm)
February 5th and 19th
March 4th and 18th
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