Rockhampton’s Charlotte Richardson tucks into a few morning tea treats of her own ahead of next month’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
Rockhampton’s Charlotte Richardson tucks into a few morning tea treats of her own ahead of next month’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. Supplied

Get ready for biggest tea party

ROCKHAMPTON people will be asked to “tea up” their friends and workmates tomorrow when Cancer Council Queensland staff hit the CBD streets in search of 50 new hosts to register for this year's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea next month.

The search for 50 new hosts comes as Cancer Council Queensland celebrates 50 years of service to Queenslanders affected by cancer.

Casandra Kunst and Nicole Gee from Cancer Council's Rockhampton office will help to sweeten the deal for those interested to register their Biggest Morning Tea events on the day by giving out free hot cross buns, donated by Brumby's, and morning tea treats to everyone who registers.

Casandra said the initiative would mark the official launch of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea for Central Queensland for this year.

“This Tuesday between 10am and 11am, you can find us in the CBD on East Street and around the mall,” Casandra said.

May 26 is the official date for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea, but you can host your morning tea any time during May.

Register your event at www.biggestmorningtea.com.au or call 1300 65 65 85.



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