Baking and tea-making skills to the fore

Holbeach Community Centre'Hovenden Resource Centre and Anton House Fundraising event 'Names: Organisers and helpers. Front - Jamie Wells, Ai Humane, Michael Vine, Abbie Cook, back - Pauline Moore, Chris Williams, Sue Vigliante, Ann Parker, Sue Forman, Leanne Spencer
Holbeach Community Centre'Hovenden Resource Centre and Anton House Fundraising event 'Names: Organisers and helpers. Front - Jamie Wells, Ai Humane, Michael Vine, Abbie Cook, back - Pauline Moore, Chris Williams, Sue Vigliante, Ann Parker, Sue Forman, Leanne Spencer
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STAFF and volunteers at Anton House and Hovenden Resource Centre donned their aprons, put their baking skills to the test and polished the teapots to mark Leonard Cheshire’s annual Tea 4 Ability event.

The event took place at Holbeach Community Centre and friends, families, volunteers and residents raised £178.

Other fundraising activities on the day included a bric-a-brac stall, a Tea 4 Ability quiz, guess the amount of buttons and guess the name of the tea.

Money raised will be used for social activities for the service users living at Anton House in Holbeach and the service users that attend Hovenden Resource Centre in Fleet.

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer for Leonard Cheshire Disability can contact Anne Parker on 01406 423037.