Church Goers In Ely Celebrate Opening of Reburbishment

PUBLISHED: 09:01 17 March 2009 | UPDATED: 10:46 04 May 2010

Members of Ely Methodist Church

Members of Ely Methodist Church

CHURCHGOERS, shoppers and bereavement counsellors are celebrating the opening of their new kitchen at Ely Methodist Church. Cruse bereavement counselling services, use the Methodist Church twice a month, and Cruse s Jenny Staines said at least 12 communi

CHURCHGOERS, shoppers and bereavement counsellors are celebrating the opening of their new kitchen at Ely Methodist Church.

Cruse bereavement counselling services, use the Methodist Church twice a month, and Cruse's Jenny Staines said at least 12 community groups also make use of the hall and kitchen.

The work was paid for through church fundraising, and grants worth £17,500 the Hunter Rowe Trust, Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd and the Methodist Church Advance Fund.

Trisha Ferraby, Alwyn Hall, Julie Day from Ely Methodist Church,

with Jill Howe, Pauline Bowerman and Jenny Staines of Cruse.

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Photo: HELEN DRAKE


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