Stonebridge resident celebrates her 90th birthday in style
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Mama Enid is a long standing member of the Mission Dine Club run by Dame Betty Asafu Adjaye
A resident and long standing charity member affectionately known as has celebrated her 90th birthday.
Affectionately known as Mama Enid the long standing member of the Mission Dine Club (MDC) and committed church goer enjoyed a special service at St Michael & All Angels Church in Brentfield Road, Stonebridge. Reverend Ron Herbert said: “We were delighted to celebrate Mama Enid’s 90th birthday with her.
“She has been an active member of St Michael & All Angels for many years. We are her family, so it was a real family celebration.”
Mama Enid was then given a follow up luncheon celebration the following day at Newcroft House in Stonebridge.
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The celebration, on Monday, was organised by Willow Housing and Care with support from the church.
Well wishers including Newcroft House residents, and church and MDC members were also in attendance.
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“I am overwhelmed by the number of well wishers, and wish I could celebrate another 90 years,” said Mama Enid.
MDC founder Dame Betty Asafu Adjaye said: “I was touched by the love shown to Mama Enid, and the way Rev. Ron Herbert served guests.”
MDC is a charity which provides activities and hot meals for elderly and disabled residents. It is currently without a home after it was removed from its base in Fry Road, Harlesden by Brent Council who needed the site to expand neighbouring Newfield Primary School.