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On Saturday 21st May Emmanuel hosted a Victorian Tea to raise money for Habitat for Humanity.

100 friends gathered in the upper hall for an afternoon of fun and friendship.

The room was wonderfully decorated, there was a table of fantastic cakes which were available for purchase. Each table had vintage china and was attended by a young people each ensuring their guests had everything they needed. Tea, sandwiches cakes and scones.

Entertainment was provided by John Foster star on BBC2's "Victorian Bakers". It was educational, entertaining and funny with no secrets about behind the scenes of the TV programme.
Jack Slater and Carol Rochnia provided poems, stories and drama.

The afternoon was a great success due to team work and direction from Joan Booth.

Monies raised will support the young people taking the Habitat for Humanity adventure summer 2016.

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