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Disabled Club’s Cash Boost To Enjoy A Special Day Out

Published on: 15 Feb, 2016
Updated on: 15 Feb, 2016

Members of the Guildford Club for the Disabled will be able to enjoy a special day out thanks to donations from customers who use local Harris & Hoole coffee shops.

Andrew Hazzard and xxx with the cheque

Andrew Hazzard and Edna Furze with the cheque for £960.

A cheque for £960 has been received by the club and it was presented by its chairman, Andrew Hazzard, to its honorary life president, Edna Furse.

Andrew said: “This is a fantastic effort by all concerned at Harris & Hoole. Our sincere thanks go to them all. We will be having a special and memorable day out thanks to them.”

The Guildford Club for the Disabled was founded over 60 years ago and currently has about 36 members. They meet on Thursday afternoons at Jacobs Well Village Hall.

Some of the members of the Guildford Club for the Disabled and their minibus.

Some of the members of the Guildford Club for the Disabled with their minibus.

The club provides a social setting and members play bingo, have quizzes, listen to guest speakers, enjoy singing, go on day trips and receive social support.

It is disabled access friendly and transport is available as the club has its own minibus.

For more details email guildfordclubforthe or call 07538 879264.

Click here for its website.

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