Make Time for Tea Ambassadors
We have an amazing line-up of ambassadors supporting this year’s Make Time for Tea campaign for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month – each helping to raise much-needed awareness of ovarian cancer.
Continue reading to hear from our ambassadors about why they are supporting Make Time for Tea:
“Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common cancer amongst women in the UK with around 7,500 women diagnosed each year and sadly 11 women die every day. The Eve Appeal is determined to change these shocking statistics but needs your help. So whether your tea party, bake sale or coffee morning is big or small, your support can help to make a difference to the women of the future.”
Manon appeared on the Great British Bake Off in 2018 and shares recipes on her blog: Manon’s Little Kitchen! Manon has supplied a recipe for an Eve Pistachio and Rose Bundt Cake for you to use at your tea party, bake sale or coffee morning. So sign up to hold a Make Time for Tea today.
English Actress, Annette Badland, best known for her role in Doctor Who, is lifting a mug of tea this March for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month to help protect women and their families from this terrible disease. Will you join her?
“March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and I am very happy to support The Eve Appeal so they can support the 7,500 women who are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year. Please put the kettle on, bake a cake, get your friends or colleagues together and raise some funds as well as awareness!”
“Please make a cake (or two) and get your pals over for a cuppa for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in March. Join me to help raise awareness and protect women from this terrible cancer which 7500 women are diagnosed with each year.”
Stacey has also supplied a recipe for a sugar free lemon drizzle cake for you to use for your tea party, sign up today to get Stacey’s recipe sent to your inbox!
Welsh Actress, Pam Ferris from Call the Midwife and Rosemary & Thyme inspiring you to bake this March for Make Time for Tea. Don’t fancy baking? Don’t worry, pop to the shops and pick something out, no one will mind.
Actor David O’Reilly from Benidorm, Catherine Tate, and Everyone’s talking about Jamie is joining us to Make Time for Tea this March. Will you join us too and spread awareness of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.
“I am so delighted to support Make Time for Tea. It is a great way to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer, which one day might just make all the difference to someone, and what better way to do it then baking a cake or two and sitting down with your friends to enjoy it.”
Steph has also kindly given us a recipe for a Chai-Tea cake which you can use for your very own tea party. Sign up to get emailed our fabulous recipes.
“Pop the kettle on, bake it (or fake it – no one will mind!) and Make Time for Tea this March for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month! I’m thrilled to be an ambassador for The Eve Appeal, so join me, Lorraine Kelly, and so many more in hosting a tea party, bake sale or coffee morning with your friends, family and colleagues to help protect women against ovarian cancer.
7,500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year. That’s 20 mothers, daughters, sisters, wives or partners every day – you can help to change these shocking statistics!”
Actress Rosalie Craig, who was recently the lead in West End production, Company, and who will be shortly taking to the stage again in City of Angels is joining us in making change happen and Making Time for Tea this Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
Antony appeared on the Great British Bake Off in 2018 and is supporting this year’s Make Time for Tea campaign by providing a Bombay Mix Shortbread recipe to everyone who signs up. This amazing recipe is perfect for anyone looking to mix things up by having a sweet but spicy dish at their event.