Project aims to provide clean drinking water

Footprints coffee mornings have raised more than �4,500 to provide clean water for Ugandan villages
Footprints coffee mornings have raised more than �4,500 to provide clean water for Ugandan villages
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Several Ugandan villages are now benefitting from clean water, thanks to Trinity Methodist Church’s FOOTPRINTS coffee mornings. Since they started a year ago, they’ve raised more than £4,500 for the church’s All We Can project.

Biggleswade mayor Cllr Hazel Ramsay joined the first birthday celebrations.

> FOOTPRINTS coffee mornings are held in the Chapel Fields church and community meeting place on Tuesdays from 9am to 12 noon. Everyone is welcome.