Afternoon tea at Edenham Village Hall raises money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer

Tea afternoon for Breakthrough Breast Cancer at Edenham Village Hall. Pictured front from left, Joy Romaine, Sue Brudenell and back, Ruth Atter, Sue Johnson, Hazel Stubbs, Catherine Pares.
Tea afternoon for Breakthrough Breast Cancer at Edenham Village Hall. Pictured front from left, Joy Romaine, Sue Brudenell and back, Ruth Atter, Sue Johnson, Hazel Stubbs, Catherine Pares.

AN AFTERNOON tea has raised more than £600 for charity.

The event was held at Edenham Village Hall on Saturday to raise funds for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

More than 70 people attended the event which featured a raffle and tombola, a name the doll and name the truck competition, and tea and cakes.

The event was organised by Hazel Stubbs, 53, of Sharpes Close, with help from friends and family.

She said: “It was fantastic. We had a really good turnout and more and more people seem to being coming along each time we hold one.

“I know many people who have had breast cancer so it’s a very worthwhile cause for me personally and the charity is always very grateful for our donations.”