THE BRECHIN Macmillan committee is holding an afternoon tea in the Cathedral Hall on Friday, September 28, from 2 to 4pm as part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
It was thought that rather than hold another coffee morning, something different should be held, as in this case an afternoon tea.
Entrance tickets cost: adults £3 and £1 for children.
As Mrs Isobel Luke will be playing background music on the piano, it might transport some people back to the days when afternoon tea was very popular in tea rooms throughout the country.
Macmillan’s goal is to try to reach more people who are affected by cancer.
There are approximately two million people in Britain living with cancer today; unfortunately by the year 2030 that figure is set to rise to around four million.
In addition to continuing the existing work, Macmillan have plans to change and improve the care and support those people affected by cancer receive. These changes will however cost more to achieve and Macmillan’s income will have to increase.
Everyone is invited to go along on Friday, September 28, enjoy a cake or two, listen to music and help to support those affected by cancer.