Jan 21 2016
Treat the special lady in your life to Afternoon Tea at Larchfield Estate on Sunday 6th March 2016. Following a wonderful Mother's Day event in 2014 where over £1,600 was raised for Cash for Kids, we're keen to build on this success with a second event - this time with all proceeds going to support the work of two superb Northern Irish charities - the Mary Peters Trust, and Tinylife.
Relax in the atmospheric Larchfield Barn as you enjoy a wonderful spread from the fantastic French Village - we'll have a beautiful tiered selection of savoury and sweet treats, accompanied by a glass of something sparkling and a selection of Suki teas or Bailies coffees.
Afternoon tea will be complimented by the sound of Sepon String Quartet, and when you're finished dining guests are welcome to take a stroll in Larchfield's stunning Walled Gardens.
The event starts at 1pm on Sunday 6th March 2016. Tickets are priced at £29.50 per adult, and £14.50 for children under 12. Tickets must be booked in advance - please speak to Larchfield for timings of sittings through the afternoon.
Please note that tickets are sold in groups of 6-10, but smaller numbers can be accommodated on sharing tables - please ask for more information.
How to book...
Call Larchfield Estate on 028 9263 8025
Email the Events Team on email@example.com, Subject: Mother's Day Afternoon Tea, and provide us with your name, phone number and number of guests and the events team will get back to you to take your booking.
Supporting local causes...
All proceeds from the Afternoon will go to the Mary Peters Trust and Tinylife - both charities are close to the hearts of both the Larchfield Team and French Village. The Mary Peters Trust has supported thousands of talented young sportsmen and women, both able bodied and disabled, from across Northern Ireland to help realise their sporting dreams. Tinylife is committed to providing a range of support services that meet the growing needs of families of premature and ill babies in Northern Ireland. Tinylife supports vital research to ensure that every pregnancy has the best chance of a healthy outcome and a healthy baby. Donations to the charities are also welcome.