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Cuppa and cake to help save lives

Cancer Council's Biggest Morning Tea fundraising campaign took over the Redesdale Hall for a social gathering, refreshment and entertainment.

BARBARA SUNGAILA May 16, 2014 3:40am

Jo Smith-Sargent (left), Kylie Munro and Regina Bennett. Photo: Barbara Sungaila

Redesdale Hall was abuzz on Friday morning as residents gathered to raise money for Cancer Council through a Biggest Morning Tea.

Students from Redesdale-Mia Mia Primary School entertained the crowd with several songs, including Heads and Shoulders, Knees and Toes in Indonesian and The Redesdale Song.

Towering plates of scones and cakes were eaten, while seemingly endless cups of tea were drunkall for a good cause.

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