Dream Tea 2015 Round Up

Here are just a few of the things that have happening in your local area…

Did you know that in the UK we drink enough tea to fill 5,300 Olympic swimming pools in a year?! Tea is a national passion and now in its third summer, Dream Come True’s annual Dream Tea fundraising event has seen hundreds of local schools, companies, community groups and celebrity supporters put the kettle on to change young lives with a cuppa. Here are just a few of the things that have happening in your local area…

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Over 300 Rock Choir members from across Hampshire gathered together to raise the roof and raise funds with a Dream Tea cake sale at their ‘Big Sing’ event. They collected over £350 and there wasn’t a crumb left!

Highfield School in Liphook continued their support with a week of Dream Teas. The kitchen staff very kindly baked an array of goodies, including enormous brownies, marvellous cupcakes with smarties, marshmallows and gooey chocolate cake. Thanks to the generosity of staff and pupils a total of £389 was raised over the course of the week.

Dylans Milk Barn in Haslemere created a special tea-flavoured ice cream and made a donation from every sale made.

Lloyds Bank in Liphook threw open their doors and baked cakes for customers, they held a raffle too and raised £200.

Milland Stores held a hugely successful Dream Tea with the addition of a children’s cake competition, where lucky winners got goody bags from Miranda Gore Browne and a prize for their school kindly donated by Jamie’s Kitchen Garden Project or School food Matters.


Dream Tea can be as easy as putting the kettle on, so why not consider hosting your own?

Every cuppa can help us to fulfil dreams for children and young people with serious and life-limiting conditions, so go on - make a cuppa and make a difference!

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Author: Hannah Attenburrow

Date: 14/07/2015

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