VALENTINE'S Day was celebrated with a feast for all at an Andover church. 

Andover Methodist Church hosted a drop-in lunch on Wednesday, February 14. which was well attended, with Mayor of Test Valley, Cllr Philip Lashbrook and Attitude of Gratitude campaigner, Manuela Wahnon in attendance.

Manuela's visit was accompanied by the creation of presents which were handed out to attendees to make sure this Valentine's Day, everyone felt loved.

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Reverend Jill Bentall, who organised the lunch, said: "It has been a joy to celebrate St Valentine's Day with all those who regularly come to the lunch, and several new guests, and with the mayor.

Andover Advertiser: Photo's from the Valentine's Day lunchPhoto's from the Valentine's Day lunch (Image: Andover Methodist Church)

"Each week we aim to give people a warm space, delicious lunch and some fun – we certainly had all of those this week. The Methodist Church is known for hosting so many groups throughout the week. All of these are found on the website.”

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The drop-in lunch happens each week at the Methodist Church with a soup starter, delicious sandwiches and something sweet to end, all for £4. All are welcome to attend.

Reverend Andy Fitchet, minister of Andover Methodist, said: "It is a joy for us as a church to be able to host the team who run the drop-in lunch.

"They provide an essential space for people to share and eat together. Money raised for various charities too, its an all round great event."