Enjoy a cream tea and raise funds for air ambulance trusts

We're aiming to settle the age-old debate of whether it's cream or jam on first when our branches across Devon and Cornwall host Great Cream Tea events on Friday 13th September in aid of Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust and Devon Air Ambulance Trust.

The local community is invited to visit their local branch and, in return for a donation, enjoy a delicious scone with cream and jam.

The event is taking place during National Air Ambulance Week, which aims to highlight the life-saving work done by all trusts across the country. 

Devon and Cornwall air ambulance trusts are our chosen charities and we're delighted to be hosting cream tea fundraising events. Whether someone is a cream on first or jam on first type of person, we'd like to invite them to join us and help raise funds for a fantastic charity.

You can find details of your local branch here.

Enjoy a cream tea and raise funds for air ambulance trust

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