There was a lot of “love in the air” for a community morning tea held at Aberdoon House Rouse Hill on Valentine’s Day.
The historic stone cottage has been used by North West Disability Services as a base for its art and hospital programs for over 16 years.
Morning tea organiser Bev Jordan said she had come across so many Not For Profit and community groups doing amazing things in the area during her 17 years as a journalist in the Hills.
“I wanted to organise a community morning tea that would bring people together but also highlight the work of North West Disability Services. Having a morning tea on Valentine’s Day seemed a perfect combination.”
“It enabled people to chat to other organisations working in the community and showcase the amazing cafe at Aberdoon House that is open to the public every Wednesday morning ”
Clients not only made the morning tea and served it but also decorated the room and table cloths for the Valentine’s Day theme.
The morning tea was also an opportunity for Bev to talk about her new venture, Bev Jordan PR and for Diana Paton to talk about expanding the Hills to Hawkesbury Living magazine.
Bev Is holding a PR workshop at Rouse Hill on Wednesday March 14, 9.30am to 11.30am aimed at Not For Profit organisations and community groups. To find out more email [email protected] com
To find out more about Aberdoon House and the other NWDS programs visit https://www.nwds.org.au