Merimbula Salvos volunteers baked up a storm and rearranged furniture to create a welcoming atmosphere at their free high tea last week.
The Salvation Army family store hosted the free morning teas as a way to help residents battling with loneliness. Merimbula Salvos managers Sue Davidson and Carole Davis said they try to hold these morning teas twice a year.
“There are a lot of people who live in isolation and can feel very lonely,” Ms Davidson said. “This was a way for people in our community, especially those who are struggling to make ends meet, to feel special, have a morning out, meet people and enjoy some food, a cuppa and a chat.”
There was an impressive amount of food on offer including, slices, sausage rolls, sandwiches, cakes and much more.