Community raises more than $1460 for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea
Hot cuppas and a smorgasbord of delicious sweet and savoury treats were on offer at Inglewood Golf Club on Sunday for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
More than 50 people styled up in their best pink outfits for the event, which helped raise an impressive $1463 to support cancer research.
Monique Forster, who acted as the MC for the morning, said that this cause is close to many people's hearts as cancer has affected either themselves or their loved ones.
“It's a fantastic opportunity to enjoy a cuppa while raising money for a good cause,” Ms Forster said.
Attendees also participated in trivia games and raffles, and Esther Murphy from Yelarbon received the Best Dressed award for her impeccable style in an elegant pink hat and matching dress.
Later in the afternoon, participants rolled out the golf buggies to participate in the 9-hole Ambrose game. Teams of three keen golfers competed for the winning trophy and prizes which were generously donated by the Inglewood Men's Shed and D. Robinson.
The Biggest Morning Tea drew to a close after a barbecue lunch was served, courtesy of Yarranbrook Farms and Thompson's Grader Hire.
The event was a collaborative effort between the Inglewood Golf Club and the Inglewood 60s and Better, demonstrating the community's strong commitment to supporting vital cancer research.