Mayor of Bournemouth, Councilor Lawrence Williams and local MP, Conor Burns were among many who came to support The Crumbs Project on its last open day of 2017.
The Crumbs Project in Bournemouth opened its doors to supporters and visitors on Friday 1st December to hold their last open day of the year. The charity which supports vulnerable individuals by equipping them with life skills, provides professional catering services to the local community.
The Mayor of Bournemouth, Councillor Lawrence Williams and Local MP Conor Burns who are both patrons of the charity were among many visitors who attended Crumbs’ open day in Ensbury Park. Commenting on his visit Councillor Lawrence Williams said; “I am proud to be supporting Crumbs today, as a Patron of the charity I am delighted to see the project going from strength to strength. Today we have had the opportunity to have tour of Crumbs’ professional catering facilities as well as meeting some of the trainees who benefit from the training here at Crumbs.”
The open day welcomed a variety of visitors to The Crumbs Project which included a number of potential trainees, prospect employers, funders and business owners. Guests were given a tour of charities facilities as well the opportunity to taste some delicious delicacies prepared by Crumbs trainees.
“We are delighted so many people have taken the time to visit our open day. It’s been an honour to welcome back our Patrons as well as introducing some new faces to Crumbs.” said Leanne Miller, Operations Manager for The Crumbs Project. “Our Open Days are great way of showing our supporters all that we have achieved at Crumbs and an opportunity for new people to gain a real insight into the project. We will be continuing to deliver similar events like this in the New Year.”
For further information about The Crumbs Project please call our team on 01202 519320.