Start planning your Big Cream Tea

PUBLISHED: 11:00 14 May 2011

Weston Hospicecare has organised a Big Cream Tea event

Weston Hospicecare has organised a Big Cream Tea event


NOW that summer is well and truly on its way, Weston Hospicecare is urging people to get in the seasonal spirit and take part in its brand-new event.

The charity will be holding its very own Big Cream Tea which will be happening all over Weston and the surrounding areas on June 15.

Anyone can take part by putting on an event – from businesses to book groups, all organisations can get involved in the fund-raiser.

A spokesman for Weston Hospicecare said: “The great thing about this event is that it can be as big or little as you like. It could start at home with you searching out your mixing bowl, baking some scones and inviting friends round for a cream tea. Or why not take the Big Cream Tea to work? Round up the office at 3pm to sip tea and indulge in a scone while you take a bit of time out and make sure to ask for donations for Weston Hospicecare.”

To register for the event or for more information, call 01934 423960 or visit

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