People who love afternoon tea attended our Anniversary Chari-Tea on June 14 and raised £100 for Stand Against Violence (SAV).
We would like to thank everyone who attended. The event was a great success and everyone had a fantastic time. Our cafe was decorated with table cloths, flowers and vintage china to really give the English afternoon tea feel. There was also relaxing background music. The Chari-Tea included a variety of sandwiches, scones, cakes and plenty of tea.
We’re delighted that the afternoon tea raised £100. The money was raised by £1 from each ticket sale and we also held a raffle for £1 a ticket.
SAV was set up in 2005 following the murder of 17-year-old Lloyd Fouracre. SAV aims to prevent violence, its long-term consequences and the grief of losing loved ones. The workshops it delivers equip and inform students in an effective manner how to Stand Against Violence.
Adam Fouracre, Chief Executive Officer at Stand Against Violence, said: “It was fantastic that Rumwell Farm Shop hosted another event in aid of SAV. Its support is greatly appreciated. With the money raised we can continue to deliver anti-violence workshops, self-defence and vital first aid lessons to young people across England and Wales.”