Author: KathyLewis

The history of afternoon tea

The history of afternoon tea

Afternoon teas are well known in British culture, from that mid-afternoon cup of tea and biscuits to the full experience with delicately cut sandwiches, bite-size cakes and scones in the finest of hotels. Whilst the English culture of drinking tea dates back to the 1660’s, 

CWT launches hospitality’s first World’s Healthiest Afternoon Tea

CWT launches hospitality’s first World’s Healthiest Afternoon Tea

The Caroline Walker Trust (CWT) is delighted to announce Blue Orchid Hotels will be hosting the first World’s Healthiest Afternoon Tea in hospitality to raise money to improve the quality of food for children living in poverty.  The fundraising event will be hosted at the 

Welcome!

Welcome!

Welcome to the World’s Healthiest Afternoon Tea.  We hope you will join us in raising monies to support children living in poverty during holidays, term breaks and after school. 

By hosting an afternoon tea, and donating the money raised we can support projects which

  • improve the quality of holiday food provision for children living in poverty,
  • provide after school projects supporting healthier food options for children from low income-based families,
  • supply resources, information and expertise to enhance the quality of food and the improvement of the nation’s health.

Over the summer we will be rolling out a programme of events from virtual afternoon teas to celebrity recipes launches.   We look forward to you joining us and raising money while enjoying a healthier afternoon tea.

Wishing you well.

Kathy Lewis

on behalf of The Caroline Walker Trust

 

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