Why all the Buzz around Bees?
Open a window to the amazing world of beekeeping.
Lucy’s First Year of Beekeeping
Why do bees swarm?
Raw, Unfiltered Local Honey
How do I get Honey?
Products from the Hive
What’s the difference between
Wasps, Bumblebees & Honeybees?
Dates Available for 2016: Monday 11th of July Monday 18th of July *full* - Monday 25th of July - *full* Monday 1st August Tuesday 2nd August Monday 8th of August Tuesday 9th of August
6:30 for 7pm Start, ending at 8:30pm + Question Time
Unlimited Tea & Cake £16 per guest
Must have a ticket to enter, Limited Spaces.
The captivating hobby; Beekeeping.
How to Book: Visit the Tea Rooms Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10-5
The Old Vicarage, Station Road, Rolleston, Notts. NG23 5SE
Tel: 01636 816882/07793626690
We are opening on the 6th of March to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Booking will be essential.
Open from 11am – 6pm.
Grand Afternoon tea £15 per person. A free small gift for all Mothers.
Please let us know how many Mother’s will be in your party.
Why not order a special gift; a selection of homemade jams, jellies and marmalades for her to enjoy and remember the occasion.
Gift box preserve selection ranging from £10-£15
Gift Bags with 3 preserves range from £8.50-£14
Wicker Basket Hampers ranging from £30 to £45,
Wicker Baskets include a selection of our most popular homemade preserves and homemade treats, they could be waiting for you on your table when you arrive. I can include Tea packs and a vintage china cup, saucer and cake plate.
If there is something else you would like, just give Lucy a call on 01636 816882 / 07793626690. We can open up on the 4th and 5th (Friday and Saturday) if you can not celebrate on the 6th.
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Vicarage Cream Tea to raise funds for Marie Curie.
We raised £700 for Marie Curie. Thank you for supporting this great charity.
Thursday 3rd July 2014. 12-5pm
“Last year my Sister lost her Husband to Cancer, he never gave up. If it was not for the hard work of Marie Curie Cancer Care, who allowed Nick & Angela to spend some much needed time with each other, they could not have been at home together. I feel their work was essential to their lives, we want to raise money to help them continue their good work.”
Lucy Jezewska, Nick’s Sister inlaw
Every £20 will fund a Marie Curie Nurse for one hour to care for a terminally ill patient in their own home.
“Nick was only 41 when he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He was a very active man and despite the cancer dissolving his bones, he insisted on walking about as much as possible until the last week of his life. He loved being at home and hated the lack of freedom when he was stuck in the hospital. Marie Curie enabled him to spend his last few weeks at home. Having a nurse there each night enabled me to get some sleep and know that he was in good hands. Therefore I was able to look after him during the day and keep him at home.”
Angela Moore, Nick’s widow
Only a quarter of all terminally ill cancer patients in the UK currently die at home. Marie Curie takes care of half of them.
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