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Meg visits Lowedges Terminus Community Cafe

Tuesday, June 11, 2002

As part of her support for Volunteers Week, Meg Munn, Labour and Co-operative MP for Sheffield Heeley today visited an exciting new project in Lowedges, the Terminus Caf?.

Based at Lowedges bus terminus, the recently opened Terminus Caf? has been opened by the network of churches in the area and is staffed by local volunteers.

The caf? is the result of the churches asking people what they wanted in their area. Overall people wanted a social gathering point that reintroduced the community spirit in Lowedges. The Terminus project fulfils this by making people feel welcome and provides a friendly meeting point. Young people, mums and toddlers as well as older members of the community drop in throughout the day.

Although the caf? does not yet offer food, residents can buy drinks and, if they wish, bring their own food in with them. There is bric a brac and second hand goods for sale.

Meg said

"This is exactly the kind of initiative that local people want and need, and not just in Lowedges. Somewhere where people can come together to chat and socialise and support each other, in a calm and pleasant environment, what a great idea! I was particularly pleased to see that the caf? has extended its opening hours for young people who wanted to come along after school. This kind of thoughtful response shows why the caf? is good for the community.

I know that the Terminus Caf? would like to open more often and for longer hours. The only thing stopping them is numbers of volunteers, so I would urge people who have time that they would like to give to their community, to get in touch with the project by calling Joy Adams on 237 5504"

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