Coffee Morning goes ONLINE

In more typical times, Friday Coffee Mornings are characterised by a
rush of activity – the smell of coffee brewing; the taste of home-baked
goodies; and the sound of busy chatter. We miss that Friday feeling, a

Now, almost a year since the Pandemic broke into our daily lives,
we have taken the coffee morning on-line in an endeavour to keep the
spirit of Fridays alive until we can meet again together under one roof.

The activity is open to anyone who can access the internet, and Elaine is
here to answer queries about the weekly programme and take you
through the steps that will allow you to join in as we explore our town
and surrounds through the gifts, skills and interests of people living here.

You are very welcome to come, and please do not hesitate to get in

(The online coffee morning has been made possible with financial assistance
from the Integrated Care Fund, administered by Gwent Association
of Voluntary Organisations. The charity is grateful for the new challenges
and opportunities it brings.)

1 thought on “Coffee Morning goes ONLINE”

  1. Abergavenny Community Centre
    If you, or someone you know might like to :- Give a short talk, Play an instrument, Give a demo, Draw or Paint, Sing or Recite, Share a video, Teach some dance moves – or anything else -please, don’t hesitate to get involved. This kind of VIRTUAL GATHERING is new to us and it’s not easy & there are lots of barriers to people, so we are asking for your help and support to make the best of a raw deal.
    The idea is simple. People will meet and chat and then go into a BREAKOUT ROOM of their choosing (talk or music or relaxation/movement) and then come back to the chat, if they want to.
    We are currently putting the programme for the next 6 weeks, together. This isn’t about being ‘professional’, but more about sharing what you do with others. (Professionals and celebrities are not excluded, of course).

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