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Community Cuppa

We are working with local groups and volunteers to set up Community Cuppa’s ☕

Talking over a cup of tea

The Community Cuppa events are free to attend and is aimed at anyone who would like to find out more about what is going on in their local area and get involved.

Local communities are invited to join together to meet, share information and make new friends over a cuppa and cake. Lincolnshire Co-op colleagues get involved with the launch of the new community cuppa by leading a helping hand on the day, making sure the tea pot is topped up and that’s there is plenty of cake to go around.

They are designed to build connections between people in communities around Lincolnshire, helping tackle loneliness and social isolation.

We are currently in the process of relaunching existing community cuppa’s and will the develop relationships in new areas to hold a Community Cuppa.

Community Cuppa's near you ⬇

Address: Hartsholme Cricket Club, Ashby Avenue, Lincoln LN6 0DY.

Timings: 2pm – 4pm

Hartsolme Community Cuppa takes place on the first Thursday of every month (excluding bank holidays).

For more information about Community Cuppa’s please contact our Community Team on 01522 544 632 or via email at community@lincolnshire.coop

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