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Sudbury: Lunch invitation if you are alone this Christmas

PUBLISHED: 12:45 20 November 2012 | UPDATED: 12:59 20 November 2012

Free dinners for people alone at Christmas

Free dinners for people alone at Christmas

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2011

Anyone who is likely to be spending Christmas day alone in Sudbury is invited to a special lunch.

The doors of the Catholic Church Hall on the Croft will be open from 12.30pm for a ‘community Christmas’, which is held each year to provide people with some company during the festivities.

A choice of traditional Christmas dinner or a vegetarian meal will be on offer, alongside heaps of festive cheer and good company.

Couples and families who would like some company are also welcome to attend and there will be no charge for the meal.

For more information, call Teresa or Rebecca on 01787 311558.

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