Soup and Sweet a winning combination in Holsworthy

The Bodmin Street Methodist Church hall was full of happy faces

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Soup and Sweet are a winning combination at Holsworthy Methodist Church.  

In the second event of its kind, in aid of chapel funds, over 60 people sat down to a tasty lunch in the Bodmin Street Hall on Saturday, February 26.

All the donated soups on the menu were home-made and included lentil and bacon, and chicken and leek, and vegetarians and vegans were catered for with carrot and coriander, and sweet potato and coconut.  There was a mouth-watering selection of desserts available — from traditional Devon junket and trifle, to tiramisu, fresh fruit salad and pavlova — followed by tea and coffee, cheese and biscuits.

Organiser Mary Barfett thanked everyone who contributed in any way — all those who cooked and donated food and money, those who attended this happy time of food and fellowship, and the team of kitchen helpers and servers. The event raised £450 and further generous donations allowed expenses to be paid from this.

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