If you were listening in on Saturday 16 May, you’ll have heard Anna Joyce talking to the Girls Around Town about the excellent work done with adults with learning disabilities across Nottinghamshire by the charity Reach Learning Disability.
Later this month, they’re holding two events at the Flower Pod in Southwell, the social enterprise developed to help raise funds for the charity.
Both take place on Saturday 20 June at Home Farm, Brackenhurst Lane, Southwell and they’d love it if you could join them for one – or even both! – of them.
From 10.30am to 4pm, it’s the Flower Pod Open Day – find out what Reach is all about, refresh yourself in the pop up café and enjoy a leisurely wander around this beautiful spot.
Tickets are £3 each and are available in advance or you can just pay on the day.
Or why not party with the Pod? Their Midsummer Party starts at 7pm and continues till late, with three-course supper, licensed bar, live music and a comedian all included in the £25 ticket price.
Tickets for both events are available from Reach, Prebend Passage, Southwell or by calling 01636 819066 – and you can also pick up a ticket for the Midsummer Party from Burleys on King Street in Southwell.