Cornerstone hosted a vintage tea party last Satuday (1 October) to launch their new service which will provide care and support to people in their own home.
The tea party, which took place at the Bearsden Cross Church in East Dunbartonshire, marked the launch of Cornerstone Direct, the charity's new service which helps people with support needs to stay independent by providing a range of personal, home and specialist care services.
Those who attended enjoyed afternoon tea with a selection of sandwiches, scones and cakes, 1940's music and a number of craft stalls.
Hazel Brown, Cornerstone's Regional Director for the West of Scotland, commented, "We are delighted to have launched Cornerstone Direct with a vintage tea party. Cornerstone provides care and support to many people in East Dunbartonshire and across Scotland, so this seemed like a great opportunity to invite local people to enjoy a traditional tea party while finding out more about our work."
For more information on Cornerstone Direct, please visit www.cornerstone.org.uk/direct.