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Old folks’ treat is on Hove community groups
7:50pm Friday 11th January 2013 in News
Elderly people were treated to a special new year lunch – thanks to generous locals.
Brighton and Hove mayor Bill Randall was the guest of honour at the event in Aldrington Place in Bellingham Crescent, Hove.
Coun Barnett thanked donors, adding: “These are all really worthwhile causes and we know that groups were all absolutely delighted to receive the money About £1,200 was spent on three parties at Aldrington Place, Churchill House and in the Downsman pub.
Among the other gifts were £200 to Hangleton Short Mat Bowls, £213 to rent a garage so elderly people can keep their tools and £100 to the Knoll Lunch Club.
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