Message from Kevin at Alton Library to Library Club Members and Friends

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I know some of you will have already had your last Library Club before Christmas but I thought it might be of interest to you.

If anybody has elderly clients or knows of anyone needing somewhere to go for a Christmas Meal (and are unable to attend the meal at St. Lawrence Church Centre on Christmas Day) they can put their post code into the website below and it will bring up all the options in their area (some even include transport).

If you cannot find your area, keep checking as the site is being updated regularly and of course if you know of a scheme that isn't already on the site this is a great place to add it .

Click on this link for further information — http://communitychristmas.org.uk/map/

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