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Newbold on Avon
Rev Jane with Rugby's Mayor, Councillor Mrs Sally Bragg,
reopening the newly refurbished Newbold, autumn 2016
Newbold Chapel is situated 200m up the road from the Co-op on Newbold's main street, right in the heart of Newbold. This circuit project, led by our minister, Rev Jane, is something that RMCC is really pleased to support.
FamilyatChapel happens on the second Sunday of each month, from 3.30-5pm and includes cooking, crafts and worship plus a meal. (Children to bring an adult carer with them!) A time to come together in worship. Everyone is welcome.
Simply come along and enjoy a freshly cooked meal with us! The building is now fully accessible and there is so much happening. Our popular Folk Nights are back on the second Friday of each month, as well as the Job Club and Honesty Shop on Wednesday afternoons.
There are lots of volunteering opportunities in the Cafe as well as for Little Stars toddler group.
Lunches happen every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 12.30-2pm. Suggested donation £3.00.
The Chapel at Newbold offers a place where people can eat a freshly cooked meal affordably, socially and for environmental benefit. Bring the family or come yourself to enjoy a fresh, hot, healthy meal for a suggested donation of £3.00. If you can't afford to pay for a meal then just come along and volunteer with us and eat for free!
We use food that would otherwise go to waste. There's nothing wrong with it, and its not going out of date. Every year in the UK 340,000 tonnes of surplus food is produced by the food industry, of which only 2 per cent is redistributed - the rest goes to landfill or is used in animal feed.
Why not learn some new skills at the same time? There are opportunities for skill-based volunteering in all sorts of ways around food production, preparation, food hygiene and project management.
Every menu will be based on fresh surplus food available locally. The menu will be displayed in the Newbold Chapel Cafe.
Meeting on Wednesday afternoons from 1 - 3pm, offering help and advice to anyone seeking a job.
Wednesday afternoons from 3.15 - 4.15pm and includes a drop-in where people can have a drink and chat or do simple craft activities.
Every Wednesday from 4.30-5pm.
Thursday mornings 9.15-11am in term time.
This project is supported by Rugby and Daventry Methodist Circuit, Warwickshire County Council, FareShare East Midlands, Newbold on Avon Community Partnership and Revive.