The event, to be held at Flaxton Gardens in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland on Sunday, 19 May, will include good food, sparkling wine and entertainment from local ‘pop-acoustic’ artist, Lucy Hannah.
Bloomhill Cancer Help general manager Mervat Thompson said it was promising to be a very special afternoon celebrating the relationship between mothers and daughters and the other important women in our lives.
“Just one of the special touches will include the blooms that all guests will take home with them, thanks to the team at Manawee Garden Centre, who are generously supplying 150 plants, an assortment of pansies, petunias, violas and marigolds, so everyone will have a lasting memento of the event,” Ms Thompson said.
Manawee Garden Centre Manager, Simon Vay Roy said he was proud to be doing his bit to help a local charity blossom.
“We hope our gifts will become a lasting reminder of the event and of Bloomhill Cancer Help”.
“We’re a family owned and operated business so we’re naturally passionate about supporting a charity like Bloomhill that has a focus for helping people with cancer and their families on the Coast,” Mr Vay Roy said.
Bloomhill Cancer Help is a Sunshine Coast-based charity that provides support and assistance to those affected by cancer. Operated by a team of dedicated staff and hundreds of volunteers, Bloomhill offers counselling, transport to appointments, respite care and a range of complimentary therapies and other practical help to more than 900 clients.
Bloomhill’s ‘High Tea for a Blooming Good Cause’ is a celebration of the bond between women – mothers, daughters, sisters and friends, and aims to generate awareness as well as much-needed funds for the cancer charity.
Tickets to the High Tea are $40 per person and are available online via the ‘online payments’ section of the USC website, www.usc.edu.au or by calling Bloomhill directly on (07) 5445 5794. Seating is limited, so book today to secure your place.