I am writing to ask your readers to get their mixing bowls and teapots at the ready and get involved in National Tea and Cake Break on Friday 17 October.
The event raises money for national charity Epilepsy Action. The charity supports the 600,000 people living with epilepsy in the UK. There are around 84,000 people with epilepsy in the South East.
National Tea and Cake Break brings bakers and brew-lovers together all over the country.
There are all sorts of ways to get involved, from a cup of tea and a cupcake in your kitchen, to an office tea party or school bake sale. You could even host your own bake-off and judge your friends’ creations.
Everyone who registers to hold a National Tea and Cake Break will receive a free pack bursting with hints, tips and tools to get their event off to a sweet start.
To register for a free tea break fundraising pack, visit epilepsy.org.uk/teabreak or call the fundraising events team on 0113 210 8824.
For more information and support about epilepsy, readers can call our freephone helpline on 0808 800 5050.
Fundraising Events Officer, Epilepsy Action