Forties fun with charity tea party

Staff and customers travelled back to the 1940s for high tea at the Blue Cross fundraiser. Buy photo: BCR201403_01 at droitwichadvertiser.co.uk/pictures or call 01527 889030.

Staff and customers travelled back to the 1940s for high tea at the Blue Cross fundraiser. Buy photo: BCR201403_01 at droitwichadvertiser.co.uk/pictures or call 01527 889030.

First published in Local

STAFF at the Blue Cross charity shop in Droitwich went back to the 1940s at the weekend as a theme for their stylish fundraising tea party.

The party was held on Saturday, May 10 at the shop on St Andrew’s Street, with homemade baked treats, a tombola and a special prize draw.

Nicky Carr, Blue Cross shop manager in Droitwich, said: “What easier way to help needy pets than by enjoying a slice of cake? Every cake we sell means Blue Cross hospitals and rehoming centres can help even more needy pets - it’s the ‘purr-fect’ excuse to spoil yourself.”

All the proceeds from the tea party have been put towards the charity’s work with sick and homeless pets.

Visit bluecross.org.uk/teaparty to find out more about hosting a tea party for the charity.

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