Do you ever feel the need to just cheer for all the worthy causes there is out there??

Now is your chance!

Starbucks have joined forces with Neighbourly to award some lucky UK charities grants of £2,000!

You can ‘cheer’ for the Teapot Trust by:

  • Tweet using our Twitter handle (@TheTeapotTrust) and the hashtag #CheerForGood
  • Follow or share our Neighbourly page
  • Retweet and share our Cheer For Good posts on Twitter and Facebook

With £2,000 we can provide 80 hours of Open Group art therapy for chronically ill children.

So let’s cheer!

Teapot Trust are always so delighted when people choose to fundraise for us! We have had people holding everything from tea parties to dog shows and we love hearing about them all!

Tomorrow night, the 24th of November, Gladys Seller will be hosting a psychic night at Wiremill Social Club, Musselburgh, with proceeds going to Teapot Trust! Doors are open from 6.30pm and tickets are £10 if you want to head down!

Whether you have been to a psychic night before or it’s a brand new experience for you, this is sure to be a fun night!

Why not spruce up your Christmas tree with our lovely new teapot decorations!

Visit our online shop today and grab one of these bespoke decorations for the special introductory price of £3!

Made from red acrylic and featuring a intricate snowflake design, they are the perfect way to display your love of tea this festive season!

Buy here or email for more information.

Our St Andrew’s Ball is fast approaching!

This means you only have a couple of days left to nab some of our raffle tickets! You could be in with a chance to win one of our many fabulous prizes including:

  • Dinner and an overnight stay for 2 at Greywalls 5* Hotel
  • Dinner for 2 with wine at Bread Street Brasserie
  • Cut and blow dry at Charlie Miller
  • A bottle of Càrn Mòr Strictly Limited Edition 13 year old whisky

Visit our shop to buy tickets online or call 0131 273 4340.

Has anyone started Christmas shopping yet?? 🎄

If you have, or if you are just about to start, make sure you check out the Scottish Handmade Showcase’s Autumn Event (Online Craft Fair). This is an amazing platform for Scottish sellers to showcase their goods and it means you can do your Christmas shopping from the comfort of your couch!

They have very kindly agreed to donate all the proceeds from their beautiful photography calendar to the Teapot Trust so make sure you snap one up!




Save the date!

Teapot Trust and the Jo Walters Trust are joining forces to host the St Andrew’s Ball, at the National Museum of Scotland on the 18th of November! 

The night will kick off with a glass of champagne upon arriva

l, followed by a delicious three course dinner and wine. To top it all off, we will ceilidh the night away to the Super Grouse band! There will also be an auction with some fabulous prizes up for grabs. 

Book your tickets here!

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Teapot Trust has teamed up with Red Thread Studios to bring some wonderful creative summer sewing classes! These workshops teach children to be creative with fabric as well as making three beautiful pieces to take home. 

To book a place in our final class of the summer, email or call 0141 273 4340.



A massive thank you to Farrans Construction who raised £600 for the Teapot Trust!  Elizabeth Burke from Farrans went to visit Susan Rudnik, one of our art therapists in Chelsea and Westminster to give her the good news- along with a giant cheque!



The sixth annual London Creativity and Wellbeing week will be structured around the lifecourse, exploring the different ways in which we can benefit from engaging with the arts throughout our lives.

On the 14th of June 2017 at 1pm, the Teapot Trust will have information stalls for parents and children attending Great Ormond Street Hospital for appointments to learn more about who we are, what we do, and the positive impact art therapy has on the lives of chronically ill children in hospitals. We will also provide open group art therapy sessions in the hospitals. These are for children and their families at the hospitals to take part in making art and to engage with an art therapist if they wish.


On Friday the 28th April at 7.30pm, the award winning Stenton Singers are putting on their annual Spring concert in Preston Kirk. The Singers have been together for 30 years and their conductor, Lynda Jeffrey was recently awarded a BEM for services to music and charity. Their twice yearlyconcerts have raised thousands of pounds for various charities over the years and we are delighted that their Spring Concert this year is in aid of the Teapot Trust. If you want to go along and see the group, who won the Edinburgh Evening News Trophy two years in a row, tickets are available from Linton Butchers or East Linton Post Office.