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Raise Funds for Cancer at The Australiana Pioneer Village
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea is Cancer Council's most popular fundraising event is now in its 25th year of celebrations. It is the largest and most successful event of its kind in Australia with $11.9 million raised last year. Cities all over Australia get behind this great fundraiser to raise money for people who are affected by Cancer. Events also raise awareness as we can no longer be complacent and think it will never happen to us.
Photo courtesy Cancer Council Website
It is as easy as getting your friends together for an afternoon tea, registering your event and a Host Kit will be sent to you.
On Thursday 24th May 2018, the Australiana Pioneer Village in Rose Street, Wilberforce will be hosting a fun filled four-hour morning tea in the original shearing shed at the Village. Cost will be $10.00 per person and there will be raffles, music, prizes for the best dressed and a speaker for the event.
Old Shearing Shed - photo courtesy of Australiana Pioneer Village
While there you will also have time to see all the original buildings set amongst the twenty-seven acres that make up the Australiana Pioneer Village. All the buildings on the site are heritage listed. Parking is free inside the Village.
The Australiana Pioneer Village is a great venue for all types of functions including corporate events, birthdays, Christmas Family functions etc. The village is situated on the Hawkesbury, approximately one-hour drive from Sydney. Take the M2 and turn off at Windsor Road or M7, then take the turn-off at Richmond Road. The entrance to the village is behind the Heritage Hotel. There will be signs to show you the way.