Member of Parliament for Clwyd South, Simon Baynes MP, recently visited the Brynteg Community House Café and praised the volunteers during his visit for all that they do for their local community.
On 13th May 2022, Mr Baynes visited the Brynteg Community House, a small community interest company that runs a local community café and the community building, to thank volunteers for their hard work and their dedication to the local community. The café is open three days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday), with crafts in the café on Thursdays and a Citizens Advice Bureau on Tuesdays. It is run day-to-day by Irene Thompson, Eva Jones and Sandra Williams (both of whom are also on Broughton Community Council).
Eva Jones said:
“We were very pleased to welcome Mr. Baynes to the Community House. We were impressed he did not give up ,as it took several attempts to agree a date.
“He showed great interest in how we earned the money to keep the building open. We are always pleased to welcome new people to the cafe especially if they show an interest in joining us as a volunteer”.
Commenting after the visit, Simon Baynes MP said:
“I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the Brynteg Community House Café. It was wonderful to meet with volunteers who do an amazing job in ensuring that the Brynteg Community House Café is able to run and is a great asset to the local community. It was also good to hear from some of the regular visitors to the café how much it means to them as a place where they always receive a warm and friendly welcome. The dedication of the volunteers is very impressive and I would like to thank them for their continuous hard work”.