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Afternoon tea in the community

Mirus, supported by Cwm Calon Community Hub and Caerau Development Trust organised an afternoon tea to bring the community together.


Caerau Development Trust are a non-profit organisation that develop and promote the importance of community.

The event was held in the heart of Maesteg Town Centre at Cwm Calon Community Hub, and was advertised to local groups and residents through voluntary group BAVO.


Over 40 people attended and enjoyed a chat over a wonderful afternoon tea. Lots of the people who joined took part in a raffle to win prizes that were donated from local businesses and residents. The raffle was to raise money for the local Men’s Shed, and for a local Alzheimer’s group.



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