By Euro Weekly News Media • 30 June 2015 • 8:54
MEMBERS of the U3A Vall de Pop were welcomed at the Relleu Self Sufficiency Project for a Paella lunch on Sunday June 28.Guests were given a guided tour of the project to see the chickens, green houses and vast areas of vegetables and fruit growing there. They also bought vegetable boxes and eggs, sponsored olive trees and chickens and listened to a talk from Tony Grande of the charity Make A Smile about the future of the project and the problems the Emaus homes are currently facing.The day was a complete success for the charity and an amazing €1,989.05 was raised at the event.Derek and Anne Martyr donated the proceeds of a quiz night they held earlier in the month which added a further €601 to the pot and the residents of the home also sold €120 worth of plants and jewellery which had been made in the occupational centre.
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