11:00AM, Sunday 03 July 2016
More than 90 people attended the 30th anniversary of Cox Green Luncheon Club on Tuesday.
The group, which meets at the Cox Green Community Centre every week, provides lunches for those who are elderly, infirm or suffering through bereavement.
It was set up in 1986 and members enjoyed a special meal on Wednesday, funded by the Advertiser Cracker Appeal.
The meal was attended by members and special guests including the Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, Cllr Sayonara Luxton.
The group is made up of community members and church-goers from All Saints, in Boyn Hill, St Edmund Campion, in Altwood Road, and the Good Shepherd, in Highfield Lane.
Ruby Doughty, one of the club’s team of helpers, said: “Everyone had a great time and we had more than 90 people come, about 50 were members and we also had visitors and helpers. We had entertainment by the Tuesday Singers, then after we had tea and cake.”
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