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High Tea & Tea Dance – For All Ages & Dementia Friendly – Weds 6th April

High tea and tea dance at ciccic dementia friendly art cafeWeds 6th April 2-4pm. Booking required. £10 per person.
Come and join us in the majestic memorial hall at ciccic in the afternoon for sandwiches, tea, coffee and cakes plus a chance to take in the wonderful art exhibition and enjoy live music with optional dance space for you to dance the afternoon away. A great chance for you to meet your friends and support our community.

Menu & Booking

To ensure we have enough catering for everyone booking is advised and costs just £10 per person. For this fee we pay a band to play some excellent music plus you have unlimited tea and coffee plus:

  • Cheese & tomato sandwiches
  • Cheese & cucumber sandwiches
  • Egg mayonnaise sandwiches
  • Cheese & salad sandwiches
  • Ham & salad sandwiches
  • A great selection of over 5 cake varieties
  • And the happy charm of all our staff

Dementia Friendly

We welcome individuals who have dementia and of course welcome their carers and friends too. We are working towards dementia freindly status and our staff are trained to support any needs.

Special Offer for Care Home Carers

We also encourage local care and residential homes to bring their residents to our High Tea and if you bring over 4 residents the carer can come free. Simply book the correct tickets below and we will reimburse you upon your arrival.

Disability Access & Toilets

We have disability access via our front garden and have a fully compliant disabled toilet and all is on the same level making it easier for you to come along and enjoy a lovely afternoon out in Taunton’s county town.
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Take A Look at Our Previous High Tea Event

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