On Sunday 27th May 2012, I will be at this fabulous Vintage Jubilee event in Granchester Village Hall to bring this beautiful Cambridgeshire village home made cake and loose leaf tea.
I will be co-hosting the afternoon teas with the fabulous ladies at The China & Cakes Company and we will all be adorning out pinnies to serve you a smile and a good old gossip with our delicious freshly baked treats.
This is a fundraising event organised by the lovely Caroline Biggs (@cambridgelass on Twitter) to raise much needed funds for the Cambridge Folk Museum.
We will be there from start to finish (11am to 4pm) come rain or shine, and if the sun does come out to play, which we hope it will, you can come and join us at our beautiful pop up tea room, either indoors for a civilised cuppa or outside on the grass for a sun soaked treat.
Either way, come and say hi and meet us and try our layer cakes or cupcakes for this very royal affair.
Bring your pocket money for a cup of tea and a good wedge of mouth watering cake… You won’t be disappointed.
There will be lots of afternoon tea, ice cream, gorgeous stalls as well as games and entertainment for you to enjoy, including stands with local lovelies:
Not forgetting a fabulous chat from village resident, Dr Mary Archer, who will be talking about the history of Granchester and The Old Vicarage at the Church from 2pm, which is completely free of charge to attend…
… Just be sure to return to us for a refreshment afterwards instead of other establishments for this one day… it’s all in the name of charity : )
Entry to this fair will just £2 per adult and Children free entry, so hope to see you there.
And not forgetting that we are also hosting a secret tea tasting tea party on the Saturday (26th May) with the lovely Kandula Tea at a top secret Cambridgeshire location… spaces still available, so come and join the fun!
Miss Sue Flay
Miss Sue Flay