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The HAT Club is run by a small committee of volunteers who arrange an informative speaker or an entertainment once a month for the older residents of Holme and Conington parishes and plan, prepare, cook and serve a light meal to everyone on the day. The volunteers are all holders of food hygiene certificates and their premises and the village hall kitchen have undergone Huntingdonshire District Council food safety inspections.
Any resident is welcome to attend this once -a- month club and transport can be provided - please telephone Mrs Sue Knight to arrange this in advance.
If you would like to help at the HAT Club in any capacity, regularly or not, please also speak to Sue Knight.
Local Telephone (01480)
c/o Mrs Sue Knight,, 34 Holmewood, Holme, Peterborough, PE7 3PG
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Venue: Holme Village Hall
Weekly meeting of the HAT Club at the Village Hall. Get together for the older resident s of Holme and Conington, have a light meal together and enjoy a speaker or entertainment
Occurrence: Runs continuously