Want to get out of the house, meet new people and have fun?
Trinity Arts is starting a new hobby group this month. Sessions will range from bread making to Christmas flower table decorations, hand massage and continental chocolates at Easter. It starts with breadmaking.
Trinity Hobbies coordinator Barbara Harvey said, ‘We’ll be a welcome space for those who want to meet other people, perhaps those who feel isolated on their own, or those who want to regularly learn something new. In fact this group will be great to anyone.’
The group is appealing for ideas for future evenings – and people willing to run the two-hour sessions, so any photographers, calligraphers, scrapbookers or others, who would like to donate their services, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also support the group by giving your Asda green tokens to Trinity Arts during October, November and December. It is one of three charities featured in the Southport Asda Green Token Giving Programme. By using your green tokens, you will be helping this group, which hopes to combat isolation and loneliness.