By Sally Underwood • 09 December 2021 • 19:05
Raising funds for the Marbella charity, volunteers, guests and fundraisers were out to enjoy a three-course Christmas lunch and take part in an auction and raffle, and entertainment from musicians Zing Duo.
Organiser Lynda Woodin thanked everyone for coming, as well as Yvonne Winch, Hogan Stand and the Euro Weekly News for providing auction prizes.
She told the EWN: “It´s brilliant to see so many people here.”
Age Concern president Carol Woolnoth also thanked guests for coming out to support the charity while speaking about Age Concern´s new social and activities centre in San Pedro.
She told attendees that the new centre will provide free classes on exercise, bridge and chair yoga.
Carol added that the charity has also launched a members´ discount scheme, offering discounts on Helicopertos Sanitarios.
Guests enjoyed turkey dinners before taking part in an auction and raffle with prizes including food.
Age Concern Marbella provides information and advice to expats living in Spain, while its volunteers help those living on the Costa del Sol.
For more information about Age Concern Marbella, visit www.ageconcernmarbella.com or contact 689 355 198.
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