Last day for the 2016 season, at the
Life Boat Cafe, Formby
Photos and report by C Trollope.
ON a lovely English summer's afternoon,
at St Luke's Church, in Formby, Merseyside, the birds were softly singing and
the odd squirrel, along with some rabbits, livened up the grave yard and
surrounding woodland. Sitting outside, in the shade of the woods, by the side of
the bustling meeting Room, afternoon tea was being partaken by visitors on a
bustling Monday August Bank Holiday (29 August 2016). A team of volunteers were
hurrying back and forth while a small, but talented music group, played
delightful tunes to the please the partakers of the home cooked wares. All the
proceeds from the past Fridays', and Saturdays', including the various bank
holiday Mondays' since Easter, will go into the Church funds for good causes
like this Queenscourt Hospice and a carpet fund. One can but admire those
dedicated cooks, washer uppers and servers who so diligently made the Life Boat
Cafe, once again have a successful season of community help for locals and
visitors to the woods. Well done all of you, and thank you for your efforts. We
are looking hopefully forward to the same again in 2017.
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