I Love Bramhall and I Love Cheadle Hulme are delighted to announce that the Big Bramhall Free Tea Party will be returning in July for its sixth annual instalment. This special event brings together elderly residents of Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme for an afternoon of entertainment, special experiences and lots of tasty teatime treats.
Taking place on Friday July 5th from 2pm until 4.30pm, the Big Bramhall Free Tea Party will return to St Michael’s & All Angels Church Hall on St Michael’s Avenue. The event is free to attend for elderly residents from across Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme but tickets are required – request yours by emailing [email protected] or collect from Prestbury Travelin Bramhall Village.
During the afternoon, guests are treated to musical entertainment, afternoon tea with delicious cakes, tasty treats and lashings of hot tea, as well as some special experiences delivered FREE of charge by local businesses. There are also promotional stands from local businesses to browse and plenty of opportunity for fun and friendship.
The event is made possible every year by the generosity of big-hearted sponsors and this year, Prydderch Financial Planning, Silk Road Restaurant and Sunrise Living have all pledged their support for the much-loved tea party, along with Cheshire Hearing Centres, Sinclair Law, Vernon Building Society, In Accountancy and Prestbury Travel. We’re also humbled to have received a generous donation from our Bramhall South and Woodford and Bramhall North councillors.
Lots of businesses, organisations and locals also get involved to help make the event a success. For 2019, I Love Bramhall and I Love Cheadle Hulme are delighted to have the support of so many local businesses, groups and individuals, who will be lending a helping hand in the following ways:
Refreshments and tasty treats have been generously donated by:
Wendy Green, Founder of ILoveBramhall.com and ILoveCheadleHulme.com, commented: “The Big Bramhall Free Tea Partyis such a special event for our older residents. It’s an opportunity for the Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme communities to come together for a day filled with fun and friendship.
“Once again we’d like to extend our gratitude to all the businesses, organisations and individuals who are pitching in to ensure that the tea party can go ahead for a sixth year. The tireless support we receive across our two communities is so vital to ensuring we can provide a wonderful experience for our senior citizens. There’s still time to get involved – if you’d like to help out on the day, or make a donation, please email me at [email protected] for more information.”