Biggest morning tea time

CHIRP/Dhelkaya Health Botanical Gardens walking group volunteer Kaye Bourke with Castlemaine community health nurses Bronwyn Grieve and Kerry Calcraft are welcoming everyone to get along to next week's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea in the botanical gardens. Photo: Eve Lamb

Readying their teapots and planning their pastries, a crew of Castlemaine community health workers and volunteers are preparing to host an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event to remember.
Thursday May 12 from 9 to 11am is the date to lock into your diary if you’d like to get along, enjoy a brew or two and some tempting treats while supporting the valuable ongoing work of the Cancer Council in combating the disease that affects an enormous number of Australians.
“Every four minutes, an Australian is diagnosed with cancer,” CHIRP Community Health community health nurse Kerry Calcraft says.
“So it’s fairly likely that cancer has impacted someone you know or someone in your community.”
The CHIRP/Dhelkaya Health Botanical Gardens walking group are once again hosting Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea and particularly aim to bring together those in our community who have been impacted by cancer, while extending an open invitation to all members of the community to attend.
This month’s morning tea will be held in and around the… Read more in today’s Mail…