Some two dozen local people enjoyed the recent Senior Social held at Lymm Youth and Community Centre. The event was the first of a series to be rolled out at monthly intervals as part of an initiative with Stronger Together in Warrington South called “Bridging the Gap”. Senior citizen were entertained with tunes from long ago by live accordion music kindly supplied by Sam Fletcher as well as a selection of wartime songs on a sound system usually used for more modern music. Joe Griffiths, of Lymm Local History Society, kindly provided pictures of Lymm dating back up to 100 years which created great interest. People present also enjoyed chatting to and raising concerns with the local Police Community Support Officer, the Chairman of the Parish Council, one of Lymm’s Borough Councillors, and a prospective Borough Council Candidate, Su Williams, and prospective Parliamentary Candidate, Nick Bent. Sandwiches, cakes and tea were served by members of the Youth and Community Centre Management Committee.
The next Senior Social event will be held at Lymm Youth and Community Centre on Wednesday 21st April. Transport will be arranged for those who need it or who live outside Lymm. If you know someone who would like an invite or would like to suggest an activity, please contact Neville Davies, on 01925 755757.