WALLACE & GROMIT’S GREAT BRITISH TEA PARTY…

Wallace and Gromit

Since 2003 over 4000,000 people have taken part in the ‘Great British Tea Party’ to help children in over 25 children’s hospitals and hospices across the UK.

This year Wallace & Gromit are calling on people in the UK to join in from 1st – 10th December, to help raise thousands of pounds for sick children in the hospitals and hospices by enjoying a cup of tea and a slice of cake.

Anyone and everyone is being asked and invited to pu the kettle on and bake during the ‘Wallace & Gromit’s Great British Tea Party between 1 – 10th December.

They say that in UK alone we get throguh around 16.5 million cups of tea a day, so it seems a natural thing to hold the Great British Tea Party to get together with friends, family and colleagues for a teatime celebration to help raise money for these important charities.

The Fundraising event hopes to raise over £150,000 and is kindly supported by Yorkshire Tea.
James Prentice, marketing manager at Yorkshire Tea, adds: “When Wallace & Gromit first met Yorkshire Tea it was love at first sight. We have sponsored the Great British Tea party for 4 years and enjoyed every second! It’s great to be able to help raise funds for sick children all over the UK with Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation. We have lots of new and exciting plans this year and look forward to everyone joining in the party!”
Joining in the event couldn’t be easier – simply call 0845 600 1924 or visit http://www.wallaceandgromitteaparty.org.uk to sign up today.

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