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Centre users join the new year celebrations.

OLD folk enjoyed the taste of the Orient to mark Chinese New Year at a Coventry restaurant. More than 20 regulars from Coundon Care Centre were treated to a meal at Dragon Phoenix Restaurant, in Hertford Place, joining elderly members of the city's Chinese community for a slap-up feast. Restaurant owner Tony Cheung has laid on the free meal to mark the event for the past three years.

Guest Elsie Murray, aged 87, said: "It's marvellous of them to give us an invitation and you can't fault the food."

A variety of Chinese new year celebrations will be held in the Lower Precinct tomorrow.

Don't miss Monday's Evening Telegraph for pictures of events in Coventry.

Chinese recipe in today's Weekend supplement, PAGE 19.

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HAPPY DAY: Chinese community elders (above) and Beryl Monington from Coundon (below) tuck in to their special meal. Pictures: LISA CAREY
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