Mothering Sunday – Vintage Afternoon Tea (FULLY BOOKED)

/Mothering Sunday – Vintage Afternoon Tea (FULLY BOOKED)

Mothering Sunday – Vintage Afternoon Tea (FULLY BOOKED)

When:
31st March 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Cost:
£25 Adults, £12 Children

This event is now fully booked.

This Mothering Sunday say thank you to mum by treating her to a Vintage Afternoon Tea between 2-4pm

Enjoy a stroll in the Garden to see dazzling springtime displays before spoiling mum with an indulgent vintage tea served inside the delightful marquee.

Sit back and spend precious time together whilst enjoying a glass of fizz on arrival, followed by a delicious assortment of finger sandwiches, scones and mouth-watering pastries. There will also be a small treat for mum to take home.

Live vintage music and Lindy Hop dancing from Eight Beat Jive will help make this Mothering Sunday a day to remember.

Adult ticket includes:
Drink on arrival (prosecco bellini or non-alcoholic bellini), selection of finger sandwiches, selection of mini cakes and patisserie, a plain and fruit scone (per person) with seasonal rhubarb and ginger jam and Cornish clotted cream, Joe’s whole leaf tea or single estate filter coffee, a gift for mum to take away

Child ticket includes:
Local apple or orange juice, selection of finger sandwiches, selection of mini cakes and patisserie, mini plain and fruit scone with strawberry jam and clotted cream, a toy gift to take away

The Garden will open from 10am, giving plenty of time to wander at leisure before the Vintage Afternoon Tea at 2pm.

Mothering Sunday

Tickets
(Price includes Garden admission from 10am – 6pm)
Adult:  £25.00 per person
Child: £12.00 per person (for children up to 12 years)

Advance booking required.
Please let us know in advance of any dietary requirements.
If your party is less than 6 people you may be seated on a table with another party.

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