Afternoon Tea Special

Due to high demand, the Hub hosted not one but two successful Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea events with guests enjoying a tasty collection of homemade savouries, scones and cakes.

 

On Friday 25th March the Hub will host a Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea. Please book early to avoid disappointment simply phone Janet, our Community Activities Manager, on 07946 199117 or send her an email to enquiries@gawsworthhub.co.uk to reserve your table. Places are £15.00 per person.

On Tuesday 15th February, Gawsworth Primary School’s Pupils’ Council held its meeting at the Hub. Our meeting place was an excellent offsite venue for the Head-teacher and the children to hold their meeting and enjoy hot chocolate and cookies. If there are any other small groups who wish to make use of the Hub meeting place, please contact Janet, or visit our website www.gawsworthhub.co.uk

In addition to our regular Hub events, details of which can be found on our website, every Wednesday from 11am to 1.15pm, and as well as our normal menu we will be serving homemade soup and a bap for just £3.60 per person.

Gawsworth Hub supports the Age UK initiative “The Big Old Survey 2021/22” The organisation is keen to receive feedback from local residents on their needs and concerns so that it can tailor its future activities and services. Please pick up a questionnaire form the Hub and your free Scam Awareness leaflets that will give useful advice on who to protect yourself from fraud. If there is sufficient interest, we will arrange for a member of Age UK to run Scam Awareness event in the Hub.

Following the return to somewhere near normal and living with Covid we have all seen price increases on most of the goods we buy. We are endeavouring to absorb some of these cost increases so that we can keep our prices competitive and continue to serve you. Please give us a try, support your local shop.

 

Could you be our Hub Communications Coordinator and lead on our external communications and PR activities? This is a new, proactive board role, and the holder will have the opportunity to define the role in detail once in post. Additional volunteer support will be available to carry out some tasks under the post holder’s supervision.

The Hub board is comprised of elected, volunteer coordinators. The board typically meets every six weeks, and most individual Coordinators have specific areas of responsibility.

As our Communications Coordinator, you will use your skills and expertise to develop a communications strategy to promote the Hub within the community to increase the base of customers and users, and to act as a support resource to other Coordinators where communication activities are required. For further details about this role and other current volunteer opportunities, please visit our website www.gawsworthhub.co.uk or call Daryl Williams on 07967 408865