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Dust off your zaniest hats for this Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Stalls, prizes, talks, and of course tea will all be on offer

Spend the morning drinking tea, exploring unique stalls, and listening to guest speakers on a range of topics. Plus, stand a chance to win prizes from meal vouchers to weekend getaways. The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, set to happen 24 October, is in support of the CANSA fund. CANSA provides critical support for those battling cancer, and this particular event is in support of people living with breast cancer.

TEA, STALLS, PRIZES, AND MORE
Your ticket gets you access to a tea party breakfast with tea, coffee and juices available upon arrival. There will be vendors like PureRomance, The Bra Boutique, as well as stalls selling jewellery, crafts and more. There will also be a photobooth to capture memories made at the event. If you’re lucky, you could walk away with some amazing prizes, like a weekend away in Arniston, a floatation therapy session, a mini makeover shoot worth R2500, hotel stays, and meal vouchers.

IT’S FOR A GREAT CAUSE
There will be three guest speakers at the event, all talking about a range of topics related to breast cancer, with television personality Prim Reddy as the MC for the morning. Dr Jacobs will talk about surgery to fight breast cancer and Dr Hughes will be touching on palliative care for patients. As well as this, motivational speaker Michelle Marsden, who battled cancer herself, will be speaking.

BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW
Tickets, which include breakfast and tea, cost R350 per person. All proceeds go towards the CANSA fund. To book, email admin@santronursingcare.co.za or call 081 834 4500.

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