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Day Centre’s clients enjoy Burns lunch

Graham Rough and Fred Marlin tuck in to their Burns Day lunch pictured with Dawn Tudor and Sue Clarke.

Graham Rough and Fred Marlin tuck in to their Burns Day lunch pictured with Dawn Tudor and Sue Clarke.

Newmarket Day Centre hosted a traditional Burns lunch for its clients and guests on Monday.

Piping in the haggis was A14 bagpiper Paul Turner, from the Cambridgeshire Caledonian Pipe Band.

He was accompanied by centre manager Elvis McMinn, pictured left, and care manager, Kim Devonshire.

And after lunch, guests at the Fred Archer Way centre were entertained by members of the Somethin’ Else group.

 

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