Tea, coffee and cake...Your chance to ‘bake and donate’ for Essex Air Ambulance

12:27 22 April 2014

Hannah Ashby (PR & and marketing coordinator), Dr Ben Clarke (HEMS doctor), Chris Martin (HEMS paramedic), Sabi Blyth (Essex fundraising coordinator) and David Kerr-Sheppard (HEMS pilot) enjoy an Afternoon Tea at the air base.

Hannah Ashby (PR & and marketing coordinator), Dr Ben Clarke (HEMS doctor), Chris Martin (HEMS paramedic), Sabi Blyth (Essex fundraising coordinator) and David Kerr-Sheppard (HEMS pilot) enjoy an Afternoon Tea at the air base.

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Essex Air Ambulance is calling on tea and cake loving folk to take part in a new fundraising initiative and join them for Afternoon Tea.

Simply get your friends and family together over the weekend of June 27-29 and hold your very own fundraising tea party. You can hold it at home, work, school or even at your local club; just ask each of your guests to make a donation to Essex Air Ambulance.

Hosts can hold anything from a cream tea with scones and jam to a Ritz style High Tea with cucumber sandwiches! You can buy cakes or bake your own its up to you.

For some refreshing ideas visit EssexAirAmbulance.uk.com.

Register now for £5 (includes Afternoon Tea Host Pack and free gift) by e-mailing Events@EHAAT.uk.com or calling 0845 2417 690.

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