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Festive Afternoon Tea Scrooge Reading

The Renaissance at Kelham Hall, Main Street, Kelham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5QX

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Sunday 17th December | 2023 | 12:30pm
The Renaissance at Kelham Hall, Main Street, Kelham, Newark, NG23 5QX
£25 per person

Kick off your festive celebrations with the Renaissance at Kelham Hall's spectacular Christmas afternoon tea. Whether it's with friends, family, or colleagues, make it a perfect day out and start your festivities in style!

Experience a dramatic reading of ``A Christmas Carol``, whilst enjoying a delicious festive afternoon tea. Indulge in the flavour of freshly baked scones, a charming selection of sandwiches, homemade Christmas-inspired cakes and delicious sweet and savoury treats, served with either tea or coffee.

Are you celebrating an extra special occasion? Why not upgrade with a glass of Prosecco for only £7.

Date: Sunday 17th December
Time: 12:30pm
Price: £25 Per Person

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