Come and enjoy the beautiful peace posters designed by pupils from The Petersfield School whilst having your cuppa and cake at Winton House Centre. Ella Rocher, pictured here, won first prize for her beautiful illustration representing peace for the future.
The cafe is open exceptionally this Saturday, 9th December, 9.30 - 12.30pm. The posters, courtesy of charity, Lions, will be on display for the whole of December.
Pop in Coffee Morning and Peace Poster Competition (hosted by) Lions International
Sunday 3rd December,
Opening times: 9.30 --2.00pm
Winton House Centre Pop in Cafe
will be displaying posters completed by students from The Petersfield School as part of the Petersfield Christmas Festival
Please join us for a cuppa and a free mince pie
We are so pleased that we have a supply of jam for sale in the Pop-In made by John Studd. Half the proceeds go to Winton House, the other half to In Ministry to Children. Sales are going so well and no wonder, it is delicious! Come in and buy a jar and know that each spoonful is raising funds for local charities.
We run outings for the over 65s to various place of interest from March to October. It is a fun and sociable way of spending an afternoon. Here are some of our regulars on a trip to Chichester in the Bishop's Palace Garden. Left to right are Gwyneth Goodier, Naomi Griffiths and Tessa Forbes. If you would like to come along on future trips then please contact Alison Gauld, trip organiser, on 01730 268917.
Winton House celebrated the first birthday of its Memory Café by entertaining the Deputy Mayor at a tea party. A beautiful cake and cupcakes had been baked for the occasion by Sarah Calwell and our guitarist, Richard Barnes, played Congratulations. We welcomed both regulars and new visitors, who joined in the summer songs.
The Memory Café meets on the third Wednesday of the Month from 2pm to 3.30pm for those living with dementia and their carers and family members. The photo shows Jenny Seaburg on the left (trustee of Winton House), and Ruth Sander (Pop-In Volunteer and our Dementia Champion) who co-lead on the Memory Cafe.