While away a Sunday afternoon over lashings of tea, finger sandwiches, savoury tarts and lots of cake, in the dining room of our eighteenth century former farmhouse. It's a sumptuous spread and you can rest assured that the company is always good, a real mix of people, all drawn together by a love of tea, cake and chatting as they're munching.
It's my nearest tea party to The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, so I've designed a menu including some of HRHs favourite tea time treats: roast beef, coronation chicken and cucumber finger sandwiches (and other veggie options), freshly baked scones with clotted cream and preserves, Dundee cake, a Jubilee sponge layer cake and berry tartlets. Served with lashings of leaf tea or freshly brewed coffee. If you'd like to, please feel free to wear an item of red, white or blue, a hat, or a dress/coat combi or bring a corgi...
£15 per head donation, 10% of which goes to a charity, this month it's The Karuna Trust who support Dalits in India, disadvantaged by the "caste" system.
Book by email to gwynbrock(at)sky(dot)com, with full names of those attending and a mobile number.
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