(From left) Margaret Darnell, Marg McNeil, Gail Mason and Carole Walsh present some of the work on show during Seniors Week.
(From left) Margaret Darnell, Marg McNeil, Gail Mason and Carole Walsh present some of the work on show during Seniors Week. Ewan Leighton

Seniors enjoy a cuppa

MORE than 40 local seniors attended a Seniors’ Week morning tea at the Warwick Queensland Country Women’s Association (QCWA) hall yesterday.

There were cups of tea, scones, biscuits and other assorted goodies for attendees to enjoy as well as an array of handcraft items made by members of the QCWA.

One senior attendee, May Freebody, said always enjoyed her time at the QCWA hall.

“We come every week and do greeting cards,” she said.

“The tea is beautiful, we have scones and buns – we always have a lovely morning tea.”

QCWA Warwick branch chairwoman, Carole Walsh, said she was happy to host a Seniors Week event.

“We are really happy with the turnout, it’s been good,” Ms Walsh said.

“It’s a friendship morning but we’re more than happy to teach people one of the handcrafts on show here today.”



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