Vintage tea morning for STGH baby care unit

Looking forward to the Vintage Tea Morning at Place4U Caf� in Morton Street, Clonmel on Friday, February 27, which will be a fundraiser for a cardiac monitor for the Special Care Baby Unit at South Tipperary General Hospital are Cathy Hall and Helen OSullivan (Place4U Caf� volunteers), Mick White (vIce-president of Clonmel Toastmasters), Margaret Hyde (president of Clonmel Toastmasters), Katie Mulhearne (Place4U administrator) and Rita Bourke (Clonmel Toastmasters member and SeeChange ambassador).
Clonmel Toastmasters is hosting a Vintage tea morning next week for the Special Baby Care Unit at South Tipperary General Hospital.

Clonmel Toastmasters is hosting a Vintage tea morning next week for the Special Baby Care Unit at South Tipperary General Hospital.

The management and staff at the hospital are dedicated to enhancing the service they provide to new-born babies who need special care and attention.

Community efforts are being made to support the purchase of a cardiac monitor. To help raise funds for this much-needed equipment a Vintage tea morning is being held at the Place4U Cafe in Morton Street, Clonmel on Friday, February 27, from 10.30am until 12.30pm.

Admission is €5 and there will be plenty of tea and coffee, sandwiches, home-made cakes, biscuits and buns for everyone to enjoy. This promises to be a tea and coffee morning with a twist, something unusual, with a view to providing laughter and entertainment to all who come to support this venture.

People can step back in time, maybe put on some vintage clothes and join Toastmasters members to savour being served tea from a china pot while listening to music from another era.