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If you dream of a stress-free afternoon what comes to mind? For many it will be stretching out in a beautiful garden on a warm, sunny day relaxing to some gentle music, sipping tea and eating cake.


Well, we can’t promise the beautiful weather but we can provide everything else because we are having a tea party to raise much needed funds for the St Elizabeth Hospice, Ipswich, who provide invaluable care for many residents in our corner of Suffolk.


On Tuesday July 26th you can enjoy tea (gluten free included) at The Red House, Golf Lane,  Aldeburgh, IP15 5PZ between 3-5 pm. The Red House which is part of Britten-Pears Arts, was home to composer Benjamin Britten and the tenor Peter Pears.  You can stroll around the beautiful gardens, take a tour of the house, play a leisurely game of croquet, or just sit and listen to delightful music.


There will be a raffle with superb prizes for example, a night’s bed and breakfast in a stunning award-winning B&B, lunch for two with wine at an Aldeburgh hotel and champagne and smoked salmon and more lovely prizes.


The cost of this enjoyable afternoon is £15 per person but even if you can’t join us we would be delighted to receive any donation you can make. All cheques should be made payable to ST. ELIZABETH HOSPICE.


Tickets for the event won’t be issued but your name will be recorded and checked on your arrival.

Please send your cheque with a note of your name (printed) and email or telephone contact details.

Please send your cheque or deliver it to:


Christine Marion.                                         Anne Parsons

Haven House,                                               31, Linden Close.

Church Farm Road,             OR                   Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh.                                                    IP15 5JL

IP15 5BA                                             

Tel: 07714046626



We really look forward to seeing you and sharing a relaxing afternoon together in warm sunshine but with the vagaries of the British weather, who can tell!

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