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The North Northumberland Branch of the Royal British Legion is delighted to join forces with the North Northumberland Voluntary Forum and Warm Hub to bring a spot of sparkle to your Christmas and the cold, dark, winter months on Tuesday, December 6.
All welcome for a selection of Christmas goodies, a bowl of hot soup with a scrumptious bread roll, seasonal home baking and a warming mug of mulled wine.
Your Legion will be joined by Christine Nicholls, from Community Action Northumberland, who will give information about smart meters and hand out a limited number of free energy saving items to help you keep cosy while still saving money. These include energy monitors, water tank covers, radiator reflectors and carbon monoxide detectors, available on a first come basis.
All supporters of our armed forces and veterans are welcome to come along, meet up with old colleagues, learn how to keep warm and learn more about the work of the Legion or how it can help you.
The Naafi break is open from 10am to 1pm in the Berwick Voluntary Centre, 5 Tweed Street, Berwick-Upon-Tweed.
Naaf break is the latest in a series of events run by the recently amalgamated RBL Berwick and Crookham branches, which have been all over the county promoting the work of this proud veteran and armed services charity, while solemnly remembering those who paid the ultimate price in conflict.
We have taken part in events as diverse as school talks, garden open days and our popular Naafi break coffee morning, where people have been able to engage with us and find out more about how we can help or how they can get involved.