St Paul's Court residents and friends were treated to a Big T Break last week as members of the Arts and Crafts Club served homemade cakes, scones and snacks to raise money for Manchester Royal Children's Hospital.
Also on sale were the some of the Club's produce, including vases, cards and jewellery, and a total of £227.65 was raised for the Hospital.
"We had quite a few people coming down to the Big Tea Break, some from outside, but the majority from within St. Paul's Court" says the Craft Club's Alison Burrows "Our star jewellery-maker, Lydia, aged 92 also attended, and the usual art club members took up their posts, Pat on the crafts stall and the raffle, Marge and Mal (sisters) doing the toast and serving the above refreshments, and other members waited on tables and washed up. A great time was had by everyone."
Main photo shows Pat on the craft stall
See also previous Salford Star Big T Break feature click here