Charity tea party full of delicious cakes and jams to be held in Southwold
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A charity tea party full of delicious cakes and jams is to be held in Southwold.
Southwold and District Rotary Club will host the Purple 4 Polio Morning Tea Party at St Edmund's Hall in Southwold on April 1.
Between 10.30am and 12pm attendees will be able to enjoy cakes, jams and many more tasty treats.
For more than 30 years, Rotary International and its members have fought to eradicate polio across the world and although a small club, Southwold and District Rotary Club, has played its part in supporting the End Polio Now campaign.
The number of polio affected countries has dropped from 125 to just three, with more than 2.5 billion children vaccinated due to the support of Rotary International.
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Following this progress Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland's latest campaign, Purple 4 Polio, aims to unite communities as part of the final push to eradicate polio.
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