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Register your NHS Big Tea Party and receive your resources pack

Be part of something great that's happening across the UK this summer, the NHS Big Tea Party!

Hospitals and healthcare services alongside businesses and community groups in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England will be organising tea parties from Monday 24th June to Sunday 7th July.

Register to hold a tea party to raise money for a ward, department or service that's close to your heart

Monday 24th June to Sunday 7th July 2019

NHS Big Tea will take place around the anniversary of when the NHS and NHS charities were established. It provides us all with a fun opportunity to give back and show appreciation to NHS staff, and most importantly the money raised through the parties will make healthcare services even better for patients, now and in the future. Your NHS Big Tea Party can raise money for any healthcare service, ward or department close to your heart here in North Wales.

Your tea party may be little, but when we all join together our parties will make a big difference for patients!

Register your party now using the form below.


Remember to enter the Awyr Las NHS Big Tea Cake Decorating Competition for a chance to win an iPad for yourself and £250 for the ward, service or department that's close to your heart.

Enter now: Cake Decorating Competition!


Register your NHS Big Tea Party now!

Hello! I'm Nel Del. I could come along to your NHS Big Tea Party! Contact the Awyr Las Support Team to request that I come and celebrate with you.

Donate to NHS Big Tea

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How much would you like to donate?

£

Where would you like your donation to go?

Let us know if you'd like your donation to be given to a specific Ward or Service

Donate in memory of someone?

Please include your relation to this person (e.g. Father / Mother / Friend).

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