Never again will so many tea towels and tea pots be seen in the same place. There was a vast array of tea towels with colourful images and wonderful sayings from places all over the world. One tea towel showed a family tree and the owner discovered three more relations!
What a great gathering of over 100 people all enjoying the Anglican Ladies’ warm soups, yummy slices and appreciating each other’s company. Reverend Ron and Reverend Crystal were amazed at the tea pot collections, which had to be seen to be believed.
Rhonda Dunn’s collections showcased an unbelievable range of tea pots, and these were only a small portion of all that she has been collecting for the past 6 months or so. Many of her other pots can be found in her ‘teahouse’ at home, where she grows a wide range of succulents.
Jan Tanswell showcased a 150-year-old teapot, and Maureen Stirling some miniatures. There was also a Kombi VW collection from Paula, and other collections from Joan, Cheryl, Betty, and Rodney. As with all of the Anglican ladies’ activities, the main thing was the enjoyable company and fellowship.
All profits for this event go to the ongoing care of the St George’s Church buildings, which is always an ongoing project, employing local trades people to keep it looking good. Thank you to all who came and kept out of the dust storm raging outside.