English afternoon tea Sunday at Gardens on Anderton in Comox Valley

Come to a splendid authentic English afternoon tea in the beautiful Gardens on Anderton (formerly Anderton Therapeutic Gardens).

You love Downton Abbey!

Come to a splendid authentic English afternoon tea in the beautiful  Gardens on Anderton (formerly Anderton Therapeutic Gardens).

Dress in the period and envelop yourself in the bygone era of society and circumstance of pre-First World War England. The Kiwanis Club of Courtenay and Gardens on Anderton are sponsoring this fundraiser.

Relax with tea and soft background music at the gardens this Sunday from 2:30 to 4 p.m.

The magnificent gardens lend to the Old world charm, so treat yourself and come with your friends to an elegant afternoon of tea and dainties. There will be a prize for best-dressed character.

Tickets are available at Square 1 Travel in Courtenay, the Gardens on Anderton in Comox or by calling Wendy at 250-897-3697. All funds raised go directly to the Gardens on Anderton.

— Gardens on Anderton

 

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