Tea and Toast?

Home » News » Tea and Toast?
coffee_time

Rachel has a brilliant volunteer opportunity which she would love to share with you,

Are you able to make toast and pour a cup of tea? Are you happy to chat and give a warm welcome to parents at Richmond Methodist School?
The school have asked that the circuit help to set up a 'Tea and Toast' group every Monday morning for the parents of the Reception Class children.
We would like to establish a rota so that volunteers help out about twice a term, although you could help more often if you wanted to. It would be a maximum of an hour of your time (approximately 8.45 — 9.45) each Monday that you help out. This is a wonderful opportunity to support and serve our local school community.

 

Those who wish to go off to work then please contact Rachel at: richmondschoolsandfamilies@gmail.com

You may also be interested in

To Be A Forc
NYD Webteam: Fri 16 Nov 9:05am

Please see here a link to the Methodist Church's YouTube channel with a new film, 'To Be A Forces Child'. This powerful short film shares in their own words some of the children and young people's experiences of being part of a family in the military and explains how the MFBs project work supports families.It has been funded by MFB through its small grants...

african_choir_square
NYD Webteam: Mon 05 Nov 4:36pm

This year we welcome back the African Children's Choir, their visit last year was thoroughly enjoyable. They are performing at Richmond School at 7.30pm on Monday 3rd December. Look out for details locally on how to see them.They will also be at the 4pm service at Richmond Methodist the day before and may sing something; it would be great to have a full church to make them feel...

Blooming_Cemetery_1
NYD Webteam: Mon 05 Nov 4:23pm

Hawes Methodist Cemetery Wild flower project Bringing new life to a graveyard — and praying for rain — are friends and trustees of the Methodist cemetery in Hawes who came to plant wildflowers in abundance.The top corner of the two-acre cemetery, on the brow of the hill next to Gayle Lane, has been planted with 400 wildflower plugs, half hay-meadow varieties, and half pollinators to...