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100 years - Vintage Tea Party

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Step back in time this Saturday afternoon 10th May, 2014 and celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the First World War, with CM Vision's ' Vintage Tea Party' being held at 4:00pm — 6:00pm, in the Village Hall .

Come and have a lovely cup of 'rosey lea' on us and partake of the sandwiches, petits fours, cakes, scones..and of course, Church Mishull's very own Rosemary shortbread...!

Enjoy a drink from antique teapots, china tea cups with loose leaf tea, but no rationing of sugar, this time around...!

Be waited on by the staff in themed costumes of 1914s apparel, whilst perusing the memorabilia, listening to poem recitals, or watching a film of the day on the big screen.

Lots for everyone...kids quizzes and music of the era...!

Tickets are free of charge, but on a first come basis , however, if you would like to make a small donation of appreciation, CM Vision will ensure that it reaches a services charity.

Tickets from Kerry on 01270 522144.

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