A Three Day Fundraising Cowboy Bonanza

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Thank you to everyone who so kindly supported our seventh annual Macmillan Fundraiser over last weekend (Friday 30 September – Sunday 2 October).

For those of you who were unable to attend, it was a truly heart-warming day with plenty of cowboys, Indians, squaws and saloon girls participating in our ‘Wild-West’ themed weekend.

The garden attractions included a giant bric-a-brac sale, ‘panning for gold’ tombola, silent auction and raffle. A steady stream of customers filled the tearooms with laughter and copious amounts of scones, teas & coffees were consumed.

It was a fun filled day, setting the scene for our first charity bike ride on Sunday. Over 40 riders set off with a choice of two routes, 20km and 50km through the Hertfordshire countryside.

We are truly thankful to everyone who said ‘keep the change’, donated, helped over the three days, baked a cake or supported the event.

A special mention also to my wonderful staff who worked so hard before, during and afterwards, and smiled throughout. Paul Gray, a volunteer, once again did a fabulous job selling raffle tickets.

The combined total raised this year will exceed £5,000-00 and will be divided equally between Macmillan and Cancer Hair Care. The funds will, hopefully, help give comfort to someone suffering with cancer.

Thanks again, we couldn’t have done it without you….

Sarah and all at Brewery Tearooms   x

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