SOMERSET folk who love the quintessentially British tradition of afternoon tea are this month (September, 2018) invited to a farm shop in the county for its bi-annual Afternoon Chari-Tea.
Rumwell Farm Shop is hosting the event on Wednesday, September 26 from 3pm until 5pm to raise money for Headway Somerset, which is one of its charities of the year.
Anne Mitchell, Joint Owner of the farm shop, which is located on the A38 between Taunton and Wellington, said: “We will be decorating the cafe for the special Afternoon Chari-Tea with table cloths, flowers and vintage china to really give the English afternoon tea feel.
“People who attend will be able to tuck into a variety of sandwiches, scones and cakes and plenty of tea. There will also be relaxing background music and we will be hosting a raffle in aid of the Headway Somerset with a range of prizes.
“The afternoon tea will cost £10.95 per person with £1 from each ticket sale going to the charity. Booking for this event is essential, please call 01823 461 599 and select option four or email firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Headway Somerset provides social and cognitive rehabilitation for adults with brain injury and support and respite for their families through its four Brain Injury Centres based in Bridgwater, Henton, Yeovil & Taunton.
Deborah Parsons, Community Fundraiser at Headway Somerset, said: “It’s fantastic that Rumwell Farm Shop is hosting another event in aid of Headway. Its support is greatly appreciated and every penny we receive helps us to go that one step further to improving life after brain injury for people in Somerset.”