Monday, 6 October 2008

Free Tea & Cake

Sutton Council has launched a project to explore the impact on Sutton of the last London Olympic Games in 1948 (they're still trying to work out if it was a good idea or not, apparently).

They are appealing for photos, memorabilia or any other items linked to the sporting showcase or simply to life in Sutton 60 years ago. Two special events will be staged in the Borough’s libraries this month inviting residents to bring their items along or talk about their memories.

The first is at Worcester Park Library on Saturday 11 October between 2 and 4pm, and will be followed by another at Cheam Library on Wednesday 22 October, also from 2 to 4pm.

Tempted? Thought not. But wait, free tea and cake will be available.

Hang on..... I'll pitch that to you slightly differently......

Sutton Council will be giving everyone free tea and cake at Worcester Park Library this Saturday from 2pm to 4pm. There will also be some Olympic-related stuff on display, apparently.

The project will culminate in an exhibition at Sutton Central Library in June 2009. All objects displayed will be returned to their owners, so if you can help then have a word with them at the library (and can you find out whether they will be doing battenburg or chocolate muffins and let me know)?

5 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Stephan said...

Links nicely to.... favourite cake? I like custard filled caramel donuts personally although I appreciate that these aren't your classic cakes.

Columbo Central said...

I'll have a good old Mr Kipling please....or New York cheesecake..THE cake of Worcester Park.

Hampton, caught chalice said...

We can afford our own, nicer, cakes thanks.

Anonymous said...

I though Hampton residents liked to have their cake and eat it.

Anonymous said...

If the chavs can't afford KFC, let them eat *wait for it*




*hold on*





*nearly*





fox shit.


ahahaha

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