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A Tea-riffic Thanks to Bygone Beautys

Last Thursday 30 May, Bygone Beautys hosted their annual Cancer Wellness Support Fundraising Dinner at the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School. 

Over 80 guests attended the night and enjoyed pre dinner drinks and canapes, a three-course menu, guest talks, and a silent auction.

It was a night of connections, fundraising and community with a purpose. Sold out a week in advance, donations given by those that could not attend.

Each year, Maurice G Cooper OAM and Kerry McKenzie (proprietors of Bygone Beautys) invite business and community leaders to gather and raise funds for Cancer Wellness Support.

All event ticket sales, auction proceeds and donations are generously donated so we can continue to provide affordable cancer care for individuals and their families living with cancer in the local community.

This year, Bygone Beautys raised a mindblowing $19,000 for Cancer Wellness Support – an incredible outcome!

We have been blessed to have a long running relationship with Bygone Beautys, and we are grateful for their support. Cancer Wellness Support CEO, Deborah Shepherd, says “This event is community in action. I would like to thank Bygone Beautys, their team and the community who came together and generously raised funds, with genuine care and regard for our purpose.”

Have you explored the wonders of Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms in Leura? With over 11,000 teapots spanning five centuries, it’s a haven for tea enthusiasts. 

We extend our heartfelt thanks to Maurice G Cooper OAM and Kerry McKenzie for their tireless efforts in organising CWS fundraisers, spreading the word, and supporting our purpose.

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