Good Neighbours Make Good Friends
As part of a Near Neighbours project, the One Voice Women’s Network held a High Tea event.
One hundred guests attended the vibrant event including the Mayor and Mayoress of Blackburn with Darwen, and Council leader Mohammed Khan.
The event, part of a long running One Voice community cohesion initiative, featured insightful dialogue and delectable food served by the West End Girls (WEGs). It was held at St. Francis’ Church Hall, in Blackburn.
One Voice Blackburn is a Community Interest Company that aspires to create an inclusive, cohesive and vibrant community in Blackburn with Darwen
Isma Sajid, lead of the Women’s Network said,
“We always look forward to the annual High Tea event. It is a great opportunity to get to know new people and new cultures in a relaxed and friendly ambience.”
Emma Allen, equality and diversity project manager at Lancashire Care added,
“One Voice Blackburn’s High Tea event is a great opportunity for local communities to come together and get to know one another in an informal setting. I really enjoyed the delicious tea and cakes and I’m already looking forward to next year!”
Rebecca Ramsay, Community Coordinator at Blackburn with Darwen Council also enjoyed the event.
“I had a lovely afternoon at the One Voice High Tea Event. The room was beautiful, the sandwiches and cakes were delicious and, like the tea and coffee, were plentiful and supplied with smiles by the One Voice volunteers. But more than all of that, the company was superb. It was a genuinely lovely way to catch up with familiar faces and make some new contacts too.”
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