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Haverhill retailer helps lunch club to get underway




Hughes branch manager Sam Potter presents two microwave ovens and two kettles to Joan Key, accompanied by the group's secretary, Cllr Maureen Byrne (left) and treasurer, Wilma Power. ANL-150104-162944001
Hughes branch manager Sam Potter presents two microwave ovens and two kettles to Joan Key, accompanied by the group's secretary, Cllr Maureen Byrne (left) and treasurer, Wilma Power. ANL-150104-162944001

Haverhill electrical goods retailer Hughes has presented two microwave ovens and two kettles to the organisers of a new lunch club that is being launched imminently in town.

The High Street shop’s manager, Sam Potter, gave the equipment to Joan Key, the chairman of the LCC Soup-a-Lunch club, which gets underway at the Leiston Community Centre at midday on Tuesday (April 14).

Joining Mrs Key to receive the items were the club’s secretary, Maureen Byrne and its treasurer, Wilma Power

Age UK Suffolk has helped facilitate the forming of the club, which offers soup and a roll and a dessert for just £3.



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