Earlier this summer, Lily and Alice Doyle aged ten and thirteen wanted to do a High Tea for CAFODs work in the developing countries ofour world.
So they planned an afternoon of lovely home made cakes, sandwiches, drinks, a raffle, face painting and name the teddy. Mum and Dad joined in and opened their home to thirty five mixed adults and children. This raised £185.00 which was sent to CAFOD.
Pictured are the children with the Mayor of Dronfield who came and drew the raffle.
Lily and Alice, Lizzie and Jon thank you so much for your care and generosity.
It is great to have such support from such wonderful people in our Diocese, and we are glad to be able to support anyone else who would like to hold such an event in the future! It will be a difficult one to top, but I’m sure you could have a lot of fun trying!
Thanks once more to the Doyle family and all who were involved, from the whole of the CAFOD team!