Loughbrickland woman Colette McGeown is calling on people in the Banbridge area to hold a Blooming Great Tea Party between 20-29 June and support Marie Curie, the charity which provides care and support for people living with a terminal illness.
Being fairly new to the village Colette decided to invite friends and neighbours into her home for a cuppa recently.
They were also able to sample some of her home-baked goodies.
What started out as a morning event ended at around 4.00pm with a whopping £700.00 raised.
Colette has supported Marie Curie for many years, having witnessed the care given to many people by the nursing service.
Whether it’s a big garden party for family and friends or a small bake sale at work, every donation from a Blooming Great Tea Party will be helping Marie Curie Nurses care for more people living with a terminal illness across the UK.
Phil Kane, Community Fundraiser for Marie Curie said: “It’s easy to support Marie Curie with a Blooming Great Tea Party and it really is up to you how you decide to join in. Every pound raised will enable us to help even more people living with a terminal illness.”
To register or for tea party inspiration visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/teaparty or call 0800 716 146. Follow updates on social media and share photos using #BloomingGreat.