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TEA PARTIES TRIUMPH

From left to right: Chief Executive, Tools for Self

Reliance Sarah Ingleby, Bob Rees, and Becky

Underwood, a fundraising intern at the charity

Community groups and companies across Hampshire rallied

together to raise over £2,000 by hosting tea parties throughout

October for international charity, Tools for Self Reliance.

Local companies, including Draper Tools, Ramboll and Sacred

Heart Church Fareham alongside local residents were just

some of those who hosted good old fashioned tea parties.

The charity held its own tea party at its headquarters in Netley

Marsh. There was a cake baking competition judged by retired

local baker Bob Rees, who himself has won many awards for his

cake baking. People enjoyed eating homemade cakes, all washed

down with a cup of tea, accompanied by workshop tours where

over 25,000 tools are refurbished and sent to Africa each year.

Jilly Field from Draper Tools said

“Draper Tools were pleased to

support Tools for Self Reliance. Having donated tools in the past

and printing their publicity materials, we were thrilled to have

a good reason to make and eat cake! Our ‘gingham altar’ was

loaded with goodies and we raised £80.

The money raised is enough to provide a 12 month training course

for eight people in Africa, so they can become skilled in trades

like carpentry and tailoring, alongside quality toolkits so they can

establish their own businesses. With a regular income they will be

able to send their children to school, buy better food to support

their families and enjoy a better quality of life”.