The event, which was held on Saturday, October 1, was attended by over 150 guests and was officially declared open by the Mayor, Sean MacDonald.
Attendees enjoyed homemade cakes, scones, sandwiches and tea.
The scene was set by ‘Just Strings’, a string quartet, playing a variety of live music and coloured co-ordinated balloons.
There was a small raffle, which raised, coincidentally, £122, the new café name.
The owner, Kevin Nye, was overcome with emotion with all the good wishes he received.
Café One22 is open at The Heene, 122 Heene Road Worthing, on a daily basis between Mondays to Saturdays 8.30 am – 5pm.
As well as teas, coffees and cakes, lunches are also served.
For enquiries, email [email protected] or telephone 01903 209997.
For more information about Heene Community Centre, visit www.heenecommunitycentre.org.
At the centre, there are lots of exercise classes and activities to choose from, which are payable to the individual hirer.
There are also several rooms available for hire, suitable for social functions, classes, community events.
There are also Heene Club activities, including Spanish, French, Italian, card making, bridge, ballroom dancing, and more.
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