THIS SUNDAY: Pure Cafes Supporting Dementia UK

Posted on the 6th March 2020

This Sunday two Pure Cafes in Stockport will be supporting Dementia UK in its fab Time For A Cuppa fundraiser.

As you can see, Emma Barton of EastEnders and Strictly fame is one of the celebrities promoting the national campaign in a series of eye-catching movie-themed posters. (Can you guess the film it’s based on? Test your knowledge lower down this page.)

A Piece of Cake

We are supporting the campaign with two tasty ways for you to treat yourself and support Dementia UK at the same  time. 

Etherow Park Cafe in Compstall will be donating all proceeds from its cake sales between 9-11am to the Time for a Cuppa campaign.

Over at  Vernon Park Cafe  you can enjoy a hot drink and either a slice of Victoria sponge or a cupcake from 10am till noon in exchange for a donation.

Yes it’s really that easy.

Slice of Victoria sponge

Dementia UK

Collection tins are already out at the cafes for anyone who would like to make a donation. Monies raised will help Dementia UK fund more Admiral Nurses to provide important specialist care for people living with dementia.

Quick Quiz

In the top photo you have seen Emma Barton cutting a dash as Holly Golightly in this photo homage to Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Below are more celebs backing the Time for a Cuppa campaign. Can you guess the famous films that inspired the celebri-tea movie moments?

Answers

  • Phyllis Logan poses as Mary Poppins.
  • Natalya Wright of TOWIE is the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland.
  • Musician Naughty Boy poses as Jay Gatsby aka The Great Gatsby.
  • TOWIES’s Jess Wright as Alice in Wonderland.

Time for a Cuppa is all about the restorative powers of a good brew and a friendly chat, so why not double up and come along with a friend?

We look forward to seeing you this Sunday morning!

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