Last month we mentioned that we were looking for business sponsors, this month we’ve had our first one. We’d like to say a special thank you to Kanga Health for supporting the Old Saw Mill on our journey through their sponsorship.
We have also received a large £2000 donation from Congleton Rotary Club which we are extremely grateful for. This is a much-needed donation because like many other organisations, our energy costs have rocketed and will continue to and this will help us through.
We are inviting all local businesses to become sponsors of the Old Saw Mill and in return they will get a range of benefits which are outlined in the attached document at the bottom of this post.
If you own a business perhaps you could consider becoming a sponsor or if you work for a company who might be interested, please pass on the details. We desperately need to achieve a sustainable financial base and this is one of the ways we hope we can do this.
Don’t forget we can cater for business meetings held here or externally through various forms such as hot lunches, various buffets and afternoon teas with advance bookings, just get in touch and we’ll try our best to help!
More information available at this link on our website : OSM Corporate Offer
The café was busier than ever during December, more than 300 people enjoyed Christmas meals either at the café or in their own homes with 100+ OSM Lunch Club meals delivered on the Friday before Christmas.
And we served 30+ meals on Christmas Day and put some Christmas joy into the hearts of the people who chose to spend their time with us, it was a great privilege to be there for them. Big thanks to those of you that sponsored their meals and to the all volunteers who helped on Christmas Day, there were emotional thanks from all our guests.
Thank you to the Lions for persuading Santa to come and visit us on the 23rd. It was great to see the joy in all the children’s faces, who all left with a small gift from Santa and the Old Saw Mill.
A lovely start to the Christmas break.
Special thanks again to all of those who came to visit Santa and made everyone’s day so special.
In full swing: do book for Christmas Lunch if you want to join us, price £15. We wll deliver chilled Christmas Lunch to our usual Old Saw Mill Lunch Club members on Friday 23rd and of course our now traditional Christmas Lunch at midday on …
No Repair cafe in December, next one will be 28th January.
Having closed at 2pm on the 23rd, the cafe reopens as normal on Tuesday 3rd January.
Remember we close at 2pm on Friday 23rd December ready for Santa to arrive to entertain children young and old, £5 per child including drinks for accompanying adults
John has decided upon the 1949 musical, In the Good Old Summertime, starring Judy Garland and Van Johnson. If you’re unfamiliar with the picture this may seem an odd choice for a Christmas movie! Well, rarely has a film carried such misleading a title. 90% of the …
In the new year we are launching a new scheme to attract business sponsors. We desperately need to achieve a sustainable financial base and this is one of the ways we hope we can do this.
We are inviting local businesses to become sponsors of the Old Saw Mill and in return they will get a range of benefits which are outlined in the attached document..
If you own a business perhaps you could consider becoming a sponsor or if you work for a company who might be interested please pass on the details.
We would like to thank Town Councillors Kay Wesley and Suzie Firkin for their help setting this up
We are 2023: organising a Burns Night Supper on Wednesday 25th January, 6.30 for 7pm, traditional evening with Old Saw Mill touches; haggis, neeps and tatties and a wee dram to make the evening memorable. £15 inc food and wee dram, £12 for members. And of course John Lindley’s Film Night on …