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Social outcomes we support
Our Vintage Tea Parties take place in our 1950s living room and scullery where you will be served a selection of finger sandwiches, cakes and loose leaf tea.  Our tea parties are available to everyone from young to old and you can listen to your favourite music whilst you enjoy your tea served out of the best china!

Did you know that we deliver our tea parties for care homes, Ring and Ride and community groups . We have had pleasure on seeing peoples eyes light up ,

Our volunteers are trained to lay the tables, prepare the tea parties and look after the customers.

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Mindful Gifts CIC is a ‘not for profit’ organisation and any surplus that we make on our Aquapaints is reinvested to support the great work we do for people with dementia. This includes delivering daily activities and tea parties in our unique shop that is set in the past. When we get care homes bring residents to our shop we always find that getting the Aquapaints out is always a great hit, as everyone can have a go regardless of their impairment or ability.  We are mainly run by volunteers and each order is carefully packed and posted by our volunteers who are passionate about making a difference. support us
Mindful Gifts CIC is a ‘not for profit’ organisation and any surplus that we make on our jigsaws is reinvested to support the great work we do for people with dementia. This includes delivering daily activities and tea parties in our unique shop that is set in the past. We are mainly run by volunteers and each order is carefully packed and posted by our volunteers who are passionate about making a difference. support us
Sandy spent a lot of time looking after everyone else and spent little time on her own needs. She went everywhere with her husband and would never have dreamed of doing something independently for herself. She came to our crocheting session to try it out and soon made many new friends. She also knew how to do rag rugging and put herself forward to help to run a session, teaching people how to make their own rag rugs. Sandy said that she loved coming to the shop and the sessions. She often makes the journey on her own, combining the outing with doings some retail therapy in the town.

Sandy now is a regular visitor to the shop, attending other sessions including sewing and peg dolls. She was invited recently to the Mayors Parlour for afternoon tea together with other people who volunteered at the shop.

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