Traditional teas served in Minster Lovell to raise cash for animal charity

Juila Burbank with husband Ashley and dogs Toby and Pip   Picture: OX59004 Ric Mellis

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TRADITIONAL teas were on the menu to raise cash for charity at an event in West Oxfordshire.

Tea and coffee, cakes and scones were all served up to hungry customers at the Old Swan and Minster Mill, in Minster Lovell, near Witney.

The event was held to raise money for the Blue Cross animal charity, and dogs were very welcome.

Julia Burbank travelled all the way from Leicestershire with her two-year-old terrier Toby for the tea party.

Mrs Burbank, 48, there with husband Ashley and their other terrier Pip, said: “It was lovely. It was a bit of a trek for us, but I’d seen it advertised and I thought, it looks like such a lovely place and it’s such a good cause we should go anyway.

“We had a really good time.”

Organisers are still counting up the money raised.

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