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Tea Party!!
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

September 17, 2010: Staff and residents at the new £10 million Hatherleigh Care Village, West Devon, are hoping they won't be late for a very important date as they hold their first ever Mad Hatter's Tea Party. The themed tea party will see the residents, staff and guests at the award-winning retirement development, enjoying an afternoon of tea drinking and biscuit eating while wearing home-made hats. Residents staying at Hatherleigh Care Village , operated by award-winning PSP Healthcare, will be raising money for the Care Professionals Benevolent Fund (CPBF). Before the event the residents will spend a day making hundreds of cakes ready for the event and will also spend time making their mad hats. The CPBF, of which PSP Healthcare is a founding member, offers support and security to care professionals who spend their lives caring for others Earlier this year, PSP Healthcare's founding member and Chairman, Prakash Dewani, donated £10,000 to the charity. Prakash Dewani said: “There are many people who dedicate their lives to providing care for the vulnerable and elderly. Up until now they have often been neglected when it came to their own difficulties. “It is therefore PSP Healthcare's privilege to give something back and help provide support to those who have dedicated their lives to helping others.” The event is taking place from .2.30pm on Wednesday September 29, 2010. more details from Dena 01179377768



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