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Tartan Tea Party

Say Thank You with a Tartan Tea Party

Time for tea!

Welcome to Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s Thank You Day Tartan Tea Party!

On Sunday, July 4, you can join thousands of people across Scotland and the rest of the UK to say an enormous thank you to everyone who has helped each of us get through a year like no other.

Host your own Tartan Tea Party and say thank you to those who mean the most to you.

A large slice of thanks

Whoever is on your guest list – perhaps family who have supported you, a neighbour who helped with shopping, a friend who called regularly just to chat – Thank You Day is your opportunity to express your gratitude in the shape of afternoon tea.

What could be lovelier than to show how much you care over a cup of tea, perfectly made sandwiches and deliciously sweet treats?

Tea-rific ideas including exclusive recipes from celebrity chef Tom Kitchin

We’ve got some tea-rific ideas on how to host the best afternoon tea party, from essential brews to fabulous fancies. Michelin Star Chef Tom Kitchin has even provided exclusive recipes to make your celebrations extra special.

And don’t forget to ‘tartan’ up your decorations to stay with our Tartan Day Tea Party theme!

Sign up now for your own Tartan Tea Party and receive your FREE Tartan Tea Party pack.

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“I’m so thankful for all our amazing customers and guests for sticking with hospitality through what has been such a difficult year. Thank You Day is a great idea and gives us all the chance to say thank you to everyone who has helped us through.”

Chef Tom Kitchin

Join Debbie and host your own tartan tea party

“The last year has been particularly difficult but I’m thankful for so much.”

By hosting a tea party you will be joining people like Debbie Matthew. Stroke survivor Debbie is one of the group of people across the UK who launched the idea of a Thank You Day. Now Debbie is planning a village-wide Tartan Tea Party on Sunday 4th July to say thank you to everyone close to her.

“I had a stroke 5 years ago, when I was just 40 years old. My recovery has been the most difficult journey of my life but also the most incredible, emotional, determined and best journey at the same time.

“The last year has been particularly difficult but I’m thankful for so much. That is why I am holding my own Tartan Tea Party and inviting not just my friends and family but my whole local community too so I can thank them all for coming together and being there for each other.

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