MAYOR’S FESTIVE AFTERNOON TEA
The Mayor of Newbury is inviting the town’s elderly residents to join him for a Festive Afternoon Tea. With the Mayor’s Drive and Tea Party unable to take place for two summers in a row due to coronavirus, the Mayor wanted to make the most of the opportunity to be able to give back to Newbury’s oldest residents during his mayoral year.
Cllr Billy Drummond said, “It was upsetting that the Mayor’s Drive wasn’t able to take place this summer during my mayoral year, it was important to me that I was able to offer an alternative event”.
The event will take place on Thursday 16th December from 2pm - 4:30pm in St Nicolas Church Hall. Guests will be served an afternoon tea box with sandwiches, scones and sweet treats along with a cup of tea and a festive tipple.
Places for this event are limited to ticketed entry, therefore booking is essential, which will be on a first come, first served basis. Please note that guests should be over the age of 75 and will be required to arrange their own transport to and from the church hall.
To reserve your place, or for further information, contact the Mayor’s Office supplying your name, date of birth and postal address along with any dietary requirements. Tickets will be posted to your address which will confirm your attendance.
You can book your tickets any of the following ways:
- By Telephone, 07538 334 106
- By Email, firstname.lastname@example.org
- By Post to Mayor’s Parlour, Newbury Town Hall, Market Place, Newbury, RG14 5AA