Tea & Toast

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Help our Armed Forces Community by holding a Tea and Toast

It is really easy to organise and great fun. All you need is some tea bags, some hot water and lots of toast. Poppyscotland’s Regional Fundraising team are here to help you from providing materials like Poppy bunting, napkins and collection tins to answering every question you could possible have about Tea and Toast.

Can you only serve Tea and Toast?

Of course not, your tea and toast can be anything you want it to be. Just don’t forget the two key ingredients. People serve everything from sandwiches to home baking as a part of their toasts. They even make an activity out of them such as cake decorating.

The other kind of Tea and Toast?

There is another kind of tea and toast I hear you say? Well yes there is, simply switch the two around. The Tea can be a dinner, as big and fancy as you like well, your toast could be something fizzy like a class of Irn Bru!

Why Tea and Toast?

Getting together for a cuppa and slice of toast is a bit of a tradition in the Armed Forces, dating back to the First World War when it was seen as essential to morale.
How do I host a Toast?
Fill in the contact form below or contact your local regional fundraiser.here

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