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Meet the cream team, serving up a teatime treat for charity

Cream teas at Hall Farm, Lillingstone Lovell in aid of Project Street Life, Buckingham. From the left, cream tea makers, Judith Dipple, Margaret Culley, Sally Cooper, Pat Sturgess, Margaret Gateley and Sheila Handley. PNL-140824-191904009

Cream teas at Hall Farm, Lillingstone Lovell in aid of Project Street Life, Buckingham. From the left, cream tea makers, Judith Dipple, Margaret Culley, Sally Cooper, Pat Sturgess, Margaret Gateley and Sheila Handley. PNL-140824-191904009

Cream tea afternoons have raised over £700 for a youth charity this summer.

Two cream tea afternoons in aid of Buckingham charity Project Street Life (PSL) were held at Hall Farm, Lillingstone Lovell on July 27 again on Sunday.

PSL chairman Sheila Handley said: “We had great weather for both events and are so grateful to all those who supported us by eating the cream teas and all those who helped serving and in the kitchen.

“We are particularly indebted to Margaret Culley and Helen Butcher who again allowed us to use their farm for the events, and for their delicious baking.”

Pictured from left: Judith Dipple, Margaret Culley, Sally Cooper, Pat Sturgess, Margaret Gateley and Sheila Handley.

 

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