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Mashing it up for the day IT WAS back to the good old school days of the 1980s when lunch was prepared and served by members of a Hull programme for the long-term unemployed. There are currently two programmes running in the city supported by CLLD (Community-led Local Development) and the participants of one of them held their Café Day for more than 22 guests, including professionals from business and city organisations. The guests selected from a menu of tomato soup, lasagne, sausage and mash and vegetable curry before desserts of rice pudding, chocolate crunch or treacle sponge – with pink custard of course. Tables were laid out in rows, like a traditional canteen – with a set of school rules, which included ‘no elbows on the table’ and ‘no mobile phones’. A quiz was also prepared, to test guests’ memories of school day lessons. All at CatZero thanked hosts at the Minerva Masonic Hall, in Hull for providing the venue. For the full story, go to www.catzero. org/2018/09/19/going-back-to-school-for-latest-cafe-day

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