Other colleagues from Gloucester Services helped out at the event, and the incredible food was prepared by the catering team and funded by Gloucestershire Gateway Trust.
GGT partner Fair Shares also brought along their ‘Chance to Chat’ cards, which give people topics to talk about and bought back memories of family holidays in caravans, cars they used to drive and stories of where they lived and travelled. Guests were also entertained with music from Ross at Footlights.
The Memory Café were recently selected by Gloucester Services colleagues as the charity to benefit from any sales of 5p carrier bags, which has to date raised around £900.
Gloucestershire Gateway Trust and the Westmorland Family are inviting people to share their views on the proposed hotel development on the highly successful site at Gloucester Services Southbound.
The development is proposed in response to needs of existing Gloucester Services customers and presents an exciting new opportunity for further local jobs and support of local suppliers.
A public consulation website has been set up to give an overview of the plans and to give people an opportunity to share their views on the proposed development, until 26th November. Gloucestershire Gateway Trust and the Westmorland Family will read and consider all responses and use them to help shape the proposals.
Visit www.gloucesterserviceshotel.com to find out more.