Cliff’s Kitchen celebrates 20 years

Jackson Lavell-LeeBusselton Dunsborough Times
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Rev. Wayne Warfield, Jpohn Morris and Keey Bayley before the dining crowd at St Mary's Anglican Church.
Camera IconRev. Wayne Warfield, Jpohn Morris and Keey Bayley before the dining crowd at St Mary's Anglican Church. Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee

Cliff’s Kitchen celebrated 20 years of community service on Wednesday at St Mary’s Anglican Church Busselton with a community lunch.

The volunteer-run service meets every Wednesday and was originally run as a soup service before it began cooking two-course meals.

St Mary’s administrator John Morris opened the event by thanking main sponsor Lions Club.

“Cliff’s Kitchen has become an integral part of the Busselton community,” Mr Morris said.

“St Mary’s appreciate the efforts of all volunteers.

“We look forward to continued support and seeing everyone again in the new year.”

Co-ordinator Kerry Bayley has volunteered at Cliff’s Kitchen for 13 years and said she was excited about the Christmas day feast.

Santa will be arriving with presents for all who attend, usually numbering about 250 people each Christmas.

The event provides an opportunity for underprivileged families or lonely travellers to have a sense of community and enjoy festive cheer.

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