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Bureau's cash boost set to help the elderly

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: November 28, 2013

  • Tesco donation to Penwith Volunteer Bureau. L-R Liz Miller checkout manager Tesco, Anne Oxley manager Penwith Volunteer Bureau and Matt Roland store manager Tesco. PZPM20131119D-002_C.JPG

  • Tesco donation to Penwith Volunteer Bureau. Pictured from left, Liz Miller, checkout manager at Tesco; Anne Oxley, manager at Penwith Volunteer Bureau and Matt Roland, store manager at Tesco with the cheque for £3,475.

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THE future of regular lunches to enable the elderly of the area to keep in touch with others and enjoy a sociable meal together has been boosted by a donation from Tesco at Penzance.

Store manager Matt Roland and checkout manager Liz Miller have presented Anne Oakley, manager of the Penwith Volunteer Bureau, with a cheque for £3,475 at a recent lunch at Gulval Village Hall.

The money will be used to help pay for the lunches which take place every two months.

Ms Miller said: "The idea is to break down the social and rural isolation experienced by many of these people and to give them something regular to look forward to."

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