Posted: April 2017
The SOS, (Sometimes On Sundays) Group, raised £332 for Whitechapel Mission with their famous Easter morning full English breakfast. This was cooked and served from 9am in the hall, in time for everyone to attend the 10.30am service.
On Saturday, 6th May, instead of waiting on others they will be waited on themselves as SOS on Tour enjoys 'A taste of India'. This will be at the Shensha restaurant on Stoke Road. Every taste is catered for, but remember to bring your own drinks! Lynn Bernstone is their co-ordinator, so please contact her for more details on Aylesbury 420817. For the full SOS programme, click here.
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