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Soup and Sandwich 1st Anniversary

Soup and Sandwich celebrates first anniversary.


Monday 26th February marked a full year of Plean’s Voice Soup and Sandwich event.  This was celebrated with a lovely afternoon tea provided by the dedicated Plean’s Voice volunteers Catherine Ann Robertson, Natasha Williams and Zoe Nolan who come together every week to put on this event.

One of Plean’s Voice first projects, it has successfully brought together a mixed group of local residents on a Monday for lunch in the Balfour Centre.   This project has given residents the opportunity to meet up in a warm space with food, companionship, a game of bingo and a chance to chat and catch up on what’s happening in the village.  It has proved to be very popular and has become a weekly event that residents in Plean look forward to and really want to participate in.  

Soup and Sandwich Mondays have held several events this year including celebrations for the King’s Coronation, Mother’s Day and Christmas which have been well attended and enjoyed by all.

Weekly donations of food are provided by local shops and businesses. 

Catherine Ann said: “We very much appreciate the generosity of our supporters. Without their help Soup and Sandwiches wouldn’t happen. We can’t believe that is our first year in already. Here’s to many more Soup and Sandwich Mondays, long may they continue.”

*Soup and Sandwich Mondays are held each week starting at 12.30pm at the Balfour Centre.


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