A COFFEE morning will be held tomorrow (Saturday, November 11) in aid of a charity for orphaned Indian children.

It will be held from 10am until noon in St Joseph's Church Hall on Fairfield Road in Penarth in support of Reaching the Unreached' (RTU) who provide for 1000 destitute and orphan children in four children's villages, where the children live in small family units with a foster mother who also comes from a destitute background.

The children are educated in RTU's own nursery, primary and secondary schools and are supported throughout their vocational and university courses until they become financially independent.

The charity was founded 40 years ago by Brother James Kimpton, a British born Catholic De Lassalle Brother, and is supported by friends and sponsors in Britain via RTU UK, and in several countries worldwide.

All proceeds from the coffee morning will go directly to support the children in India.

There will be coffee, tea and biscuits, bric-a brac, books, home made preserves and a raffle.