Fancy a 1940s themed tea this Saturday?

Mmmm. Cake! Image supplied by Vicky Tugby.

Just a quick headsup for folk who might be interested in a lovely 1940s themed tea and social event being organised by those wonderful folk at Brownhills West Community Centre this Saturday 7th September 2019 at 4pm.

It’s £7.50 a head and Vicky Tugby posted to tell me about it. She said:

A 1940s themed afternoon tea party. with a selection of sandwiches and fresh homemade cakes, unlimited tea and coffees, period music, bunting and a good chit chat!

It’s just £7.50 per person, inclusive of everything. £5 deposit to be paid to secure your place.

You can contact Vicky directly via Facebook by clicking here.

This is just one of the great things happening up at the centre at Brownhills West, with a whole variety of social events, creative groups and entertainment, so what’s not to love?

The community are taking over Brownhills West Community Centre!

We have knit and natter days, prize bingo Mondays and Fridays at 1.30pm – £5 all in, some fab prizes available. Bric-a-brac sale every Wednesday.

It’s a nonprofit group and all proceeds go back to the centre, be that trips to the seaside, cash bingo trips, meals out.

We have an amazing bunch of people that run the centre and participate in the activities. It’s a great place for lonely people to socialise too.

We hope to see some new faces soon 🤩

Thank you.
Please do not hesitate to contact us:

If you’re unsure, the centre is located at Brownhills West Community Centre, 44 Shannon Drive, WS8 7LaA – right next to the shops!

I look forward to advertising more of their events in future!

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