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Celebrate Mother’s Day with Breast Cancer Research

28 April 2008

Celebrate Mother’s Day with The Breast Cancer Research Trust

Treat Mum to a special High Tea this Mother’s Day, Sunday 11 May.

The Breast Cancer Research Trust invites all families to the Angela Daniel Jewellery Mother’s Day High Tea, being held at 2.30pm in the beautiful Grand Tearoom at The Heritage Auckland.

Guests will be able to celebrate Mother’s Day in style while raising funds for The Trust’s vital research work.

“Mother’s Day is such a special family time and enjoying High Tea at The Heritage Auckland is a wonderful way to celebrate it. I hope our guests will not only enjoy the afternoon but also take a little time to think of those families who have lost their mothers to breast cancer,” says Hilary Lewis, Chair of The Breast Cancer Research Trust.

Radio personality Kerre Woodham will welcome guests to the event, where live music will entertain everyone throughout the afternoon. Guests will enjoy a glass of bubbly before moving on to a delicious assortment of finely sliced sandwiches and dainty tea cakes served with tea and coffee.

Every guest will have the opportunity to win fabulous prizes, including $3,000 worth of Angela Daniel Jewellery and will receive a goody bag worth more than $75.

Tickets are just $49 per person and are available from Ticketek on 0800 TICKETEK (0800 842 538) or

Proceeds from the event go towards The Breast Cancer Research Trust which is New Zealand’s only breast cancer research charity. Since its beginning 10 years ago, The Trust has given over $5 million to research projects and operates with a very clear mission to find a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime.


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