Ripley Mayor supports Salvation Army Cafe
The Mayor of Ripley, Councillor Roland Emmas-Williams, and his Consort, Mrs. Sheila Emmas-Williams recently attended the monthly coffee morning at Ripley Salvation Army on Heath Road.
Last year, Ripley Town Council gave the Salvation Army a grant of £1000 towards helping less fortunate local families with Christmas food parcels.
The Community Cafe is open the last Friday of the month from 10am until 1pm. Please see the poster for more details.
Pictured left to right:
Ian Brown (Corps Secretary), Lieutenant Callum Thompson (Corps Officer), in the kitchen – Iris Brown and Pat Beauchamp, Mayor Cllr Roland Emmas-Williams, Consort Shelia Emmas–Williams and Peter Raggett (Corps CSM).
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