Join in the fun for the Mothers' Union Tea Cosy competition

In households across West Wales there will soon be great ideas for decorative tea cosies being turned into a reality ready for the St Davids Diocese Mothers' Union Tea Cosy Competition.
The event was launched by St Davids Mothers' Union President Brenda Evans.
The purpose of the competition is to raise awareness and funds for the Mothers' Union’s Wheels Appeal which provides funding for members in distant lands to support families in need.
All hand made tea cosy entries may be decorated in any style and be both practical and decorative. Brenda Evans said “Mothers' Union members are known for their innovative ways and so I’m looking forward to seeing how imaginative they will be in designing tea cosies.”
Competition entries can be received at any time during March and April.
The closing date is April 30 and the winners will be announced at the Welsh Afternoon Tea Party in Bancyfelin village hall on Saturday, May 10 where all of the entries will be auctioned to raise funds. Entries should be sent to the ‘Mothers' Union Tea Cosy Competition, 30 Llwyn Road, Cwmgors, Ammanford, Carms SA18 1RD’.

Mothers’ Union is an international Christian membership charity of over 4.1 million members living 83 countries across the world. Members are committed campaigning and praying for stable marriage and family life for people of all faiths and none.


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