Bathurst Seymour Centre's Biggest Morning Tea saw clients use their creativity

ALL IN GOOD FUN: Quebec Kobezda with Elliot Redwin, from the Junktion, during the auction of masks and glasses at Bathurst Seymour Centre's Biggest Morning Tea on Tuesday. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 050818cseymr1
ALL IN GOOD FUN: Quebec Kobezda with Elliot Redwin, from the Junktion, during the auction of masks and glasses at Bathurst Seymour Centre's Biggest Morning Tea on Tuesday. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 050818cseymr1

A LOT of food, fun and laughter helped the Bathurst Seymour Centre raise money for two important services.

On Tuesday, the facility hosted its annual Biggest Morning Tea with around 80 members of the community. 

Entry to the morning tea was a gold coin donation, which was to be donated to the Cancer Council. 

Clients decorated masks and glasses to raise funds for Bathurst Community Transport’s radiation bus. 

“The clients have enjoyed decorating glasses and we were lucky to have councillor Monica Morse and Elliot from the Junktion come to auction them off,” Seymour Centre manager Terisa Ashworth said. 

“It is about getting together supporting a great cause.”

The auction raised over $400 for the Radiation Bus. 

A raffle of handmade items and things donated from local businesses was also held to raise money. 

Ms Ashworth said the morning tea was held earlier than normal, allowing people to go to other Biggest Morning Teas coming up in the community.