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Macmillan Tea Party in Front Garden Raises £330

Published on: 4 Oct, 2023
Updated on: 3 Oct, 2023

An afternoon tea party for Macmillan Cancer Support has raised a respectable £330.

Having fun at the Macmillan afternoon tea party in Stoughton.

Organiser Jan Cook and her husband Paul gave over the front garden at their home in Stoughton Road for the tea party.

The Mayor of Guildford, Masuk Miah at the tea party.

Jan said: “We had a great day. Two of our councillors, Gillian Harwood and Lizzie Griffith, came along as did the mayor, Masuk Miah. So we had a lovely representation from our local Liberal Democrats.

“The mayor arrived with his wife, he made a short speech and then mingled.

Above: Dexter on the drums and below Ben on the keyboard.

“We had a young lad called Dexter who played the drums, and an even younger lad called Ben who played the piano.

“The mayor and mayoress, along with the people here were suitably entertained.

“We had the obligatory raffle with over 30 prizes, guess the hedgehog’s name competition, how many sweets in the jar, roll a 2p coin and toss the tea bags. There was also another we called: how many colin’s faces on a poster.”

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