Nature lovers are being invited to have a cuppa and raise some cash for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust at its popular coffee morning at the charity’s headquarters near Rugeley.
The county’s largest nature conservation charity is holding the popular event at its Wolseley Centre HQ between 10am and 12pm on Friday 12 February.
As well as hot drinks, visitors can treat themselves to delicious locally-made cakes, and a range of stalls to browse. Judy Pickard and her ‘Crazy Cup Cakes’ stand will return to the coffee morning event, and Jeff Brough from the Trust’s Cannock Local Group will be selling second hand books.
Sam Pachner, Fundraising Assistant at the Trust, said:
“This is the perfect way for people of all ages to help local wildlife. After enjoying a cuppa and a cake or two, visitors can browse the centre’s gift shop and spot signs of spring by exploring its 26 acres of grounds through a series of all-ability footpaths and nature trails.
“The best part is simply by coming along, buying refreshments and enjoying themselves, guests are helping local wildlife, as all profits go towards the work of the Trust.”
Admission is just £1 which includes your first hot drink.
The Wolseley Centre is located at Wolseley Bridge, on the A51 between Stone and Rugeley.
For more information contact Staffordshire Wildlife Trust on 01889 880100 or visit www.staffs-wildlife.org.uk/whats-on