Sarah raised over £3,000 during her creative Madhatter's Tea Party. Her fun-filled Zoom gathering of 14 friends, old and new, included two games based on the Alice in Wonderland book. A "Who said what?" quiz was won by Debbie Mackay. A round of "Consequences" changed key details in the story to amusing effect. Martha Middlemiss, who wore full Alice attire complete with long blonde wig, won the best dressed prize although Elizabeth Bryan's Jane Austen inspired hat with long ribbons was a close second. 
Here's what Sarah had to say:

Thank you to my lovely friends and family who dug deep to make a hastily-arranged fundraiser so worthwhile and fun too. They understand that Teapot Trust's unique art therapy service is a lifeline to many children living with a chronic condition. The charity has been resilient since lock down but funds are now getting very low, putting our services at risk. As CEO, I couldn't ask others to support us at this critical time without donating myself and organising a fundraiser. So, I asked my friends and family to give a donation, get their hats ready and bring some tea and cake to enjoy!

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Sarah Randell