Potters Jan Laws, Jenny Shergold and Raye Batham are putting the kettle on.
Potters Jan Laws, Jenny Shergold and Raye Batham are putting the kettle on. Kirstin Payne

A cuppa with a personal touch

THEY'VE made the cups and now it's time to fill them.

The Warwick Potters Association is issuing an open invitation to its Biggest Morning Tea, hosted as part of the Cancer Council's annual fundraiser.

With one in every two Australians diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85 the dedicated community group wanted to lend a hand.

"We wanted to give something back," association president Raye Batham said.

As a few of their own members had been diagnosed with cancer in the past the cause had personal significance for the group.

"It's an important cause. We want to keep building on it, and make it bigger and bigger every year," Mrs Batham said.

She said the Potters plan to turn the morning tea into an annual event.

A feast of home-cooked goodies will be on offer with a warm cuppa.

Guests are also invited to view an exhibition of the association's works.

A lucky door prize and multi-draw raffle will also be drawn on the day.

Fast facts

Where: Warwick Potter's Place, Horsman Rd, Warwick (opposite the Christian College)

When: 10am-noon Friday

Cost: $10 entry

RSVP: Contact Raye Batham on 0402 307 637 by May 7



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