Many of them are elderly and have nowhere to go and have a natter .
We also had a natter about psychology and the Mediterranean diet.
It's the kind of place you could meet your mates on a Saturday lunchtime for a natter and nachos, or have an early tea after work, as we did.
It was a great comfort to my mother - they had a grand natter over a cup of tea.
Buni comes round for a natter , in lieu of the lunch I've had to cancel.
She said: ‘I'll miss having a natter with the teachers but I won't miss having to get up at half-past six!’
He used to go to Beckhill Working Men's Club and have a natter with Donald because he knew what nights he went there.
Had quite a nice lunch and a natter with Owen; he seems to be enjoying life in Britain.
‘I'm not stopping,’ chirrups the visitor who settles down for a cuppa and a natter with her coat on.
Noel made sure that he popped into his grandparents for an enjoyable natter .