News: Curry at Mustard Seed Cafe

Posted on 14th November 2018

The Mustard Seed Community Cafe, situated in the Hall of St Edward’s Church, Royal George  is planning  a fund raising event on Saturday Nov 24th, It will be an Indian Curry Evening, with food cooked and served by the volunteers of the Cafe.

 

It will commence at 7.00p.m. and tickets are available from the Mustard Seed, Tickets need to be purchased in advance as numbers for this event are limited.

 

All proceeds will be part of the Community fund for which the cafe works.

 

Also open for drinks and tasty lunches on Thursday – Saturday each week.

 

Thank you,

 

Valerie Broom

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