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Woodley Town Mayor, Cllr Janet Sartorel, and Woodley Town Deputy Mayor, Cllr Kay Gilder, are hosting a fundraising Afternoon Tea Party to raise money for the Mayor’s chosen charity, Keep Mobile.
The event will be held at the Oakwood Centre on Sunday 23rd October 1pm – 4pm and guests will be entertained with live music, while enjoying a delicious Afternoon Tea of assorted sandwiches, cakes and scones, served on vintage crockery, accompanied by tea or coffee and a glass of Prosecco.
There will also be live fundraising activities, including a raffle for some super prizes! Please bring some cash!
Tickets must be purchased in advance and we have a limit of 80 tickets so please buy yours ASAP to avoid missing out. Tickets can be purchased individually or in groups up to 8 per table. Please make sure to fill in any dietary requirements on the booking form.
Keep Mobile is a voluntary organisation providing transport for elderly and disabled people throughout the Wokingham and Bracknell Forest borough areas, including providing a significant number of journeys to passengers from within Woodley.
Cllr Sartorel chose Keep Mobile as the Mayor’s Charity for 2022/23, after attending their AGM in May and hearing first hand about the important service the organisation provides to residents across the area.
Like other charities, Keep Mobile have to raise funds to maintain the services they offer. After receiving funding from the unitary councils, together with grants from a number of town and parish councils, the organisation is still short of funds by approximately 30% and rely heavily on public generosity as well to keep the organisation running.
All profits from the event will go to Keep Mobile.
The venue is wheelchair accessible and there is a large public car park area opposite the Centre. Alternatively, there is free parking at Woodford Park Leisure Centre.