Asda invites residents for strawberry tea

Asda Portadown Community Champion Elaine Livingstone at the Strawberry Tea fundraiser for Breast Cancer Care at the Edgarstown Community Base in Portadown with (from L to R) Asda Cookstown Community Champion Kerrie Murray; Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Councillor Darryn Causby and Chairperson of Edgarstown Residents Association, Phyllis Abraham.
Asda Portadown Community Champion Elaine Livingstone at the Strawberry Tea fundraiser for Breast Cancer Care at the Edgarstown Community Base in Portadown with (from L to R) Asda Cookstown Community Champion Kerrie Murray; Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Councillor Darryn Causby and Chairperson of Edgarstown Residents Association, Phyllis Abraham.

Asda recently invited Edgarstown residents out for afternoon tea - all in the name of charity.

As part of Asda UK’s support of Breast Cancer Care’s annual fundraising campaign, ‘Strawberry Tea’, Asda Portadown Community Champion, Elaine Livingstone, hosted a tasty event for local residents.

The afternoon took place at Edgarstown Community Base in Union Street, and was co-hosted by members of the local residents’ association.

Chairperson of Edgarstown Residents Association, Phyllis Abraham, said: “Our organisation recently won an award from the local council for ‘Best Small Community Group’, and there was no better way to celebrate than to come together and enjoy ourselves whilst raising money for a very worthy cause. Elaine and her colleagues put on a terrific spread of treats for everyone, and we heard some inspirational stories from breast cancer survivors. Here’s to Breast Cancer Care and the great work they do – long may it continue!”

For a free Breast Cancer Care Strawberry Tea fundraising kit visit www.breastcancercare.org.uk/cuppa.