The Edgbaston is to host a charity Champagne Afternoon Tea party to fund treatment for Leukemia patients, with all of the proceeds going to Cure Leukaemia.
In a matter of days Stuart Insall Co-owner of The Edgbaston and Olivier Briault Head Chef will take on the mammoth challenge of cycling the 500km London 2 Paris Cure Leukaemia charity ride with Stuart’s friend and Leukaemia survivor Mark Nicholas.
Stuart and his colleagues are aiming to raise £14,000 and are already half way there! To help them hit their target The Edgbaston are hosting a “Champagne Afternoon Tea party’ on 4th October at 7pm.
Stuart said ‘We aim to raise £14,000 and to help us achieve that we are hosting our very own ‘Champagne Afternoon Tea Party’ on the evening of Thursday October 4th, I’ll do whatever it takes because I know it means so much to so many patients. Every ticket sold will directly fund a patient’s treatment at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham
Head Chef of The Edgbaston Olivier Briault said:
I personally want to create something exceptionally special for this evening after being inspired by so many amazing and inspirational stories after visiting the Centre for Clinical Haematology with the team last week. I will be personally creating and supplying the Afternoon Tea and 100% of the ticket sales will be going to Cure Leukaemia
this charity and this ride in particular means a lot to me as a good friend of mine Mark Nicholas, also riding with us, was diagnosed with Leukaemia 2 years ago and underwent a successful stem cell transplant just 11 months ago.
Stuart and a group of 10 other friends will join this years ride and named their own team ‘Marco’s Tour de Cure’ after their friend Mark.
The team have already raised £7000 thanks to some wonderfully kind sponsors.
Tickets for the event are £50pp and includes a very special Afternoon tea with Champagne please call The Edgbaston directly 0121 454 5212 to book