Come join the Madhatter’s charity Tea Party!

L-r: Store manager Tim Farmer with supervisor Lee Royle from the Eurospar store in Broomhill, Sheffield are encouraging customers to 'stop for tea' on 22 November and help raise money for ChildLine.'''Staff at the Eurospar store in Broomhill are calling on locals to head down to its shop on Fulwood Road for an extra special 'Stop for tea' party on Friday 22 November to help raise vital funds for the ChildLine Schools Service, a ground breaking service provided by the NSPCC. 'The event is part of a national week of 'Stop for tea' activities - taking place between 16-24 November - hosted by SPAR stores across the UK and Northern Ireland.

L-r: Store manager Tim Farmer with supervisor Lee Royle from the Eurospar store in Broomhill, Sheffield are encouraging customers to 'stop for tea' on 22 November and help raise money for ChildLine.'''Staff at the Eurospar store in Broomhill are calling on locals to head down to its shop on Fulwood Road for an extra special 'Stop for tea' party on Friday 22 November to help raise vital funds for the ChildLine Schools Service, a ground breaking service provided by the NSPCC. 'The event is part of a national week of 'Stop for tea' activities - taking place between 16-24 November - hosted by SPAR stores across the UK and Northern Ireland.

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Staff at the Eurospar store in Broomhill are hosting a Stop for Tea party next week, to help raise funds for the NSPCC’s ChildLine Schools Service.

Visitors to the shop on Fulwood Road next Friday, November 22, can enjoy a cuppa and cake while browsing the aisles, and take part in games and raffles with staff dressed as characters from Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

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