The bunting's up, the wonderful cakes, no doubt, are under construction, so all's set for the Church teas. These have been very successful and fun events, so there's no excuse not to get yourselves down there for a delicious tea. The teas are available every Sunday in August from 14:00 to 16:30.
You'll also have the opportunity to visit the exhibition commemorating the start of World War 1. So, please go along and support this wonderful event.
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