Student’s coffee morning benefit local residents

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College Diploma in Vocational Studies Level 1 and STEPS students hosted a coffee morning to benefit the local community.

Students organised the including baking the homemade scones, carrot cake and lemon drizzle cake to serving tea and coffee and designing posters to promote the . A chill out room offered a fun relaxing environment to play jenga, chess or read a book.

The money raised will allow students who have learning difficulties and disabilities on the STEPS programme to make up hampers for Age Concern that will directly benefit local elderly residents.

The allows students to understand the importance of care in the local community as well as and participating in an .

Student Junior Richards said:

I really enjoy helping people and contributing to the local community, I helped promote the event producing posters and a PowerPoint presentation to show around the college.

College Principal Anne-Marie Bostock said:

The coffee morning allows students to develop life and work skills that are invaluable in a work environment. Helping the community is an integral part of many of our courses. As a result of this coffee morning will be able to make hampers that will benefit elderly residents through Age Concern.


Harrogate College

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