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Butterfield Centre in Bourne marks 30th birthday

Debbie Hague and Jenny Peel at a family fun day for the Butterfield Centre.
Debbie Hague and Jenny Peel at a family fun day for the Butterfield Centre.

A charity which provides services for older people has marked its 30th birthday.

The Butterfield Centre, based in North Road, Bourne, provides day care, meals on wheels and a cleaning service for elderly people.

To celebrate the milestone occasion of its 30th birthday, centre staff raised funds so that each day of a week-long celebration clients could enjoy an afternoon of entertainment and homemade cakes and sparkling wine.

Representatives from the Friends of Butterfield, Len Pick Trust, Warners, Bourne Lions, George’s Fish Bar and other local organisations, which have supported the centre and its work over the last 30 years were also invited to attend the celebrations.

Centre manager Debbie Hague said: “I would like to thank them and all those who have supported the centre during the last 30 years.”


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