Aching Arms Tea Party

Aching Arms CharityAching ArmsPeople are invited to take their favourite cuddly toy along to a special tea party.  The Teddy Bear’s Tea Party will be taking place at The Galley Centre, Whitehall Ave, Kidsgrove, Staffordshire on Saturday 30th April 2016 at 11am – 3pm.

The event is being held to raise money for Aching Arms, a national baby loss charity, which aims to bring comfort to bereaved parents who have lost their baby during pregnancy, birth or just after. Aching Arms runs a teddy bear donation programme through hospitals and also by posting directly to individuals. The bears are all donated in memory of another baby lost too soon and are given as comforters to those who have lost their baby. Each bear comes with a label that gives the name of the baby it is dedicated in memory of as well as directing parents to the charity’s website where grieving parents can find links to access further support.

There will be a coffee bar, Bouncy Castle, and other entertainment available on the day.

For more information about the tea party, please contact Samantha Runham on 07927374549.

For more information about Aching Arms please visit the website or email

About cllrkylerobinson

Newcastle Borough Councillor and Kidsgrove Town Councillor for the Butt Lane and Talke Ward. Staffordshire County Councillor for Butt Lane, Talke and Red Street. Please visit my blog Twitter @kyle_robinson22

Posted on March 7, 2016, in Events, Kidsgrove and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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