ABERDEEN’S country house in the city will begin the year in charitable style next week. The Norwood Hall Hotel in Cults will launch an exclusive month-long offer of afternoon tea for two for £20, of which £2 will go towards local children’s charity, Charlie House.
Norwood’s Director of Sales, Diane Paterson, said: “Social responsibility is a strong focus for us at Norwood so we’re proud to be partnering with Charlie House for our afternoon tea offer throughout January. This fantastic local charity brings help to hundreds of young people across the northeast living with complex disabilities or life-limiting conditions, and we are pleased to help in any way we can with such an important cause.”
Available from 2nd-31stJanuary, the two-for-one offer on afternoon tea will comprise a selection of freshly-made, finger-sized sandwiches, followed by scones with jam and clotted cream and a variety of pastries and cakes, all served traditionally on tiered cake stands, with a choice of tea or coffee.
Director of Fundraising for Charlie House, Susan Crighton, said: “We are delighted to be Norwood’s selected charity for their afternoon tea promotion. This is the perfect Christmas gift and also something for people to look forward to in January when all the festivities are over. What better way to spend a cold winter’s day than with family or friends, tasty treats and warm drinks, whilst supporting a local charity? All funds raised will support the vital work of Charlie House, in particular, our £8 million Big Build Appeal, which focuses on building a specialist support centre for local families here in Aberdeen.”