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Say thank you with a Tartan Tea Party

Time for tea!

On Sunday 5 June join thousands of people across Scotland and the rest of the UK to say an enormous thanks to the people who have made a real difference in our communities over the last year.
Host your own Tartan Tea Party on Thank You Day, Sunday 5 June, and say thanks to the people who mean the most to you.
By getting your friends, family and community together you will be making Thank You Day the biggest day of kindness and celebration we have seen in years!

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A royal occasion

This year’s Thank You Day on will coincide with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. What better way to celebrate than with some royally good tea and scones?
The Queen has been patron of Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s cause for the past 70 years and we are so thankful for her support.
Thank You Day is a great opportunity for a truly special nation-wide moment of togetherness – a chance to recognise everyone who has given so much in testing times.
So it’s time to get your friends and family together and plan a Tartan Tea Party fit for a queen!
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Join Debbie and host your own Tartan Tea Party

“I was delighted to organise a Tartan Tea party to say thank you.”

The idea of a national Thank You Day started with just 13 individuals proposing the idea, including Debbie Matthew from Perthshire.
Debbie suffered a stroke in March 2016 and was supported by Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland in her recovery.
“We had an amazing time last year at our Tartan Tea party. My street was filled the sound of bagpipes and a coming together of family, friends and neighbours all in their gardens and in the street. It was incredible to bring everyone together.
“I was delighted to organise a Tartan Tea party to say thank you to Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland for their help and support since I suffered my stroke six years ago. I also wanted to thank my mum, my husband Johnny and son Finlay for always being there for me during my stroke recovery and beyond they have been truly amazing. And my neighbours who all pulled together during the pandemic.
“Thank You Day for me was about saying thank you to the people that you love and care about; about thanking the people that help you through difficult times and who make a difference in your life.
“I can’t wait to do it all again this year.”
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