Lunch for Befrienders and their Friends at The Bull in Limpsfield

Tandridge Befriending Scheme would like to express their thanks to The Bull pub in Limpsfield for providing a free 3 course Christmas lunch for 46 of our Befrienders and their Friends on Monday 16 December. All the staff and directors of The Bull gave their time free to help to provide a wonderful lunch and experience for all the people that attended.

























Below are comments from some of the people who attended:

“Thank you for the lovely outing and meal today, it made me see people enjoying themselves, something I don’t know about.”

“Your Christmas Lunch at the Bull was a triumph – a really fantastic afternoon. my friend said it was”the best Christmas meal she had ever had!” I think the bubbly and wine added to her enjoyment and we have written to all the Staff at The Bull for giving their time and for being so fab.”

“Wonderful lunch – my friend was thrilled and we both thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you for your part in arranging it.”

“Thank you Lucy for organising our Christmas dinner, we really enjoyed it, the pub staff were marvellous and I will be thanking them  also….”

“Very, very many thanks for organising such a lovely day yesterday Lucy!  It really was so good to see so many people enjoying themselves and all for free!!  I know it involved a great deal of work on your part. We hear so much dismal news nowadays that it would be lovely to let everyone know more about these wonderful gestures of kindness.  Lovely ladies on our table and good to meet the lady from Lingfield.  The pub was amazing and everything was so well run  Many thanks to you, the pub and the taxi service”

Lucy Darlow Befriending Scheme Coordinator and Dave Nichols one of the directors from The Bull

The Bull

In 2017, when Limpsfield’s historic village pub, The Bull Inn went up for sale, a group of entrepreneurial locals set up Enterprising Limpsfield Ltd as a community-driven investment opportunity to buy the pub and create something unique for future generations.

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