Age UK club members enjoy a flower-arranging session with Royston’s Tesco community champion

PUBLISHED: 15:48 08 April 2017

Mandy Jinkerson with Age UK flower arrangers.

Mandy Jinkerson with Age UK flower arrangers.


Members of Age UK’s 10-3 Club in Royston have enjoyed a morning of flower arranging thanks to the town’s Tesco community champion.

Members of Age UK’s 10-3 Club in Royston have enjoyed a morning of flower arranging thanks to the town’s Tesco community champion.

Mandy Jinkerson went along with her colleague Jill Tasker to visit the group – and both were armed with a selection of spring flowers and pots.

Mandy said: “We had an enjoyable time flower arranging and the ladies surprised themselves with their creative abilities.

“Everyone agreed it was a very relaxing way to spend a morning.

“All members were able to take their arrangements home with them.”

Mandy visits the group on a regular basis to help with a variety of activities.

If you feel your club could benefit from the support of Tesco Extra Royston, email

For more on Age UK’s services and activities go to


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