Published on 23rd February 2015

Three people sat around a table at a community event

Saturday 28 February, 2-5pm - Warden Hill United Reformed Church

Warden Hill residents can look forward to Warden Hill Activity Mix (WHAM) on Saturday 28 February. This event will offer residents the chance to meet people from local social groups and clubs as well as local service providers and charities. It is taking place from 2pm to 5pm at Warden Hill United Reformed Church. 

There will be demonstrations and entertainment from local music, dance and exercise groups and a trusted traders board where residents can swap details of traders they have used and trust. Free tea, coffee and cake will be provided. 

The event has been organised as part of the Connecting Warden Hill project by The Church in Warden Hill, local residents, Leckhampton with Warden Hill Parish Council and Cheltenham Borough Council. 

Hannah Wright, strategy and engagement assistant at Cheltenham Borough Council, said: “This should be a good opportunity for local people to find out more about local groups and activities in the area and to meet new people. There is a lot going on in Warden Hill but people don’t always know about it.”

Cllr Anne Regan, ward member for Warden Hill, added: “I am delighted to be involved in organising this event as it provides the perfect opportunity for residents to meet others and find out about the various activities and social groups in the area. I think people will be surprised about how much there is to do and I hope it will inspire people to get involved in local activities on a more regular basis.”

All are welcome and if anyone needs help getting to and from the venue, please contact Hannah Wright on 01242 775156 or at [email protected] to book transport.

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