Lynne Featherstone MP today visited a Community Project at Braemar Avenue Baptist Church.
The project is run by the Women Fellowship of the Baptist Church, and aims to support vulnerable people. They hope to reach out to abused women, the homeless and elderly residents in the community. Visitors are provided with free food, tea and coffee, and donated items such as clothes and games.
During the visit, Lynne Featherstone MP met with the volunteers who run the project, and sat down to speak with visitors. The Liberal Democrat MP also donated some clothes and food to the project.
Following the meeting, Lynne Featherstone said:
“It was great to see firsthand the fantastic work that the volunteers are doing. Their drive to help vulnerable people in the community was so impressive – I was very happy to visit and donate some items to them.
“I wish the volunteers and the project all the best for the future.”