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Cafe kicks off tea party fundraiser

Launch of Marie Curie Cancer Care fundraising campaign at Rumbletums Cafe, Kimberley. l-r Margaret Naylor Treasurer of Eastwood and Kimberley Fundraising Group, Ruth Brown, Siobhan Drake, Janette Martindale Community Fundraiser for Marie Curie Nottinghamshire.

Launch of Marie Curie Cancer Care fundraising campaign at Rumbletums Cafe, Kimberley. l-r Margaret Naylor Treasurer of Eastwood and Kimberley Fundraising Group, Ruth Brown, Siobhan Drake, Janette Martindale Community Fundraiser for Marie Curie Nottinghamshire.

Rumbletums Café in Kimberley is urging locals in the Advertiser district to hold a Blooming Great Tea Party for Marie Curie Cancer Care this June.

The cafe on Newdigate Street hosted the regional launch of the fundraiser this week.

It is simple for Eastwood and Kimberley residents to stage a fundraising tea party. It can be as simple as a cuppa with colleagues, a vintage-inspired tea party or garden party with friends. It’s a great way to get together with friends and family to do something easy and fun for charity.

The money raised from Blooming Great Tea Parties in the area will help Marie Curie Nurses to provide more free care to people with terminal illnesses in their own homes within Nottinghamshire.

A spokesman for Rumbletums said: “I can think of no better way of raising money for a good cause than holding a Blooming Great Tea Party for Marie Curie Cancer Care. People across Britain love a tea party and I’d encourage everyone to get together with friends and family for the charity this June 20-29.”

For more information and to sign up for your free Blooming Great Tea Party fundraising pack, visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/teaparty or call 0845 052 4184.

Pictured at Rumbletums are (from left) Margaret Naylor, treasurer of Eastwood and Kimberley fundraising Group, Ruth Brown, Siobhan Drake and Janette Martindale, community fundraiser for Marie Curie Nottinghamshire.

 

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