PICTURED enjoying tea and scones and friendship at the Uniting Church morning tea are (from left) Mary Walker, Margaret Smith and Doreen Lawson.
PICTURED enjoying tea and scones and friendship at the Uniting Church morning tea are (from left) Mary Walker, Margaret Smith and Doreen Lawson.

A jolly time was had by all

The Uniting Church ladies in Mullumbimby have always got together on a regular basis to enjoy a morning tea together, but then one day recently they decided it was time for a change.


“We thought that instead of having just us,” explained Winifred Bower, “we would invite people from the community, especially those who are elderly and on their own.”


Last Friday morning saw a jolly time of tea and scones and scrumptious cakes inside the church in Dalley Street, beginning with a great sing-along of all the old favourites to set the tone and lift the spirits, and with a time to exchange stories about a precious memento, and also to be entertained by the CWA choir and Betty Sigley’s monologues.


The morning tea, provided at no charge, may become a regular community event, and further information can be obtained from Betty Sigley on 6684 0122.


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