MARSHAM OLDER PEOPLES' PROJECT
The Centre “which is a registered charity (no. 1129231)”
Centre for older residents of Fairlight, Pett, Pett Level, Three Oaks and Guestling.
Meeting every Fiday at Fairlight Village Hall, Broadway, Fairlight
between 10.00am and 2.30pm.
Includes a nutritious lunch and refreshments.
Transport is available.
The Centre offers helpful information and advice on health together with Podiatry and other health services.
There are also occasional visits from the local farm shop and a clothing retailer.
Come along, have a nice day out, meet new friends and enjoy our social activities.
For further information or to arrange a visit please contact:
Robert Pasterfield(Co-ordinator) on: 07860 414277
or the Village Hall (Friday Mornings ONLY)
between (9am and 2pm)
on: 01424 814-726
Cost including lunch and refreshments £6.00
Cost for transportation £2.00 - 2.50
After three years as Co-Ordinator for Mopp's Robert Pasterfield stands down this month and hands over the position to Carolyn Smyth. Robert will however continue as a volunteer and we thank him most sincerely for all of his hard work, efforts and dedication. We welcome Carolyn and wish her well in continuing this position.
"As new Chairman at MOPP's, I am happy and honoured to represent you and will do my very best."
(Ex-Chairman Margaret Broadstock (above) stands down and hands over to Jim Saphin.
August 11th 2015.
(Photo courtesy of Ken Hall)
MOPP - Marsham Older People's Project were delighted to receive another generous donation from the Fairlight Residence Society at yesterday's A.G.M meeting (Friday 11th September 2015) at Fairlight village hall, Fairlight.
Photo above shows Treasurer Molly Brown receiving the cheque from commitee member Mary Stewart with Chairman Jim Saphin (left) and Margaret Broadstock.
Following inspection by Rother District Council’s Environmental Health Department, The Marsham Older People’s Project (MOPP) was delighted to be awarded for the second year running (2016)maximum marks under the new National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme operated by the Government’s Food Standards Agency.
The Certificate showing the Five Star Rating is proudly placed in the kitchen at Fairlight Village Hall where every Friday MOPP provide a healthy home-cooked meal for up to fifty people from Fairlight and surrounding villages.
For further information see www.fairlightmopp.co.uk or contact Robert Pasterfield on 07860 414277
Mopp's volunteers and carers together with Founder Sylvia Gutsell (centre).
Meeting every Friday at Fairlight Village Hall, Broadway, Fairlight
between 10.00am and 2.30pm.
M.O.P.P. MARSHAM OLDER PEOPLES' PROJECT
Fairlight Village Hall,
01424 814 726
Only call between the hours of 9am and 2pm on fridays
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The Centre “which is a registered charity
Tel: 07905 981036