Mad Hatter’s Tea Party at King's Lynn college supports two charities
Make-up students from the College of West Anglia have hosted a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to support two charities.
The event was the idea of level two students Ellie Websdale and Sanchia-Bella Hanson, whose pitch was the one which most impressed tutors.
The party, which was hosted for students’ relatives and friends, raised a total of £140.50.
And the proceeds are being shared between veterans’ charity Help For Heroes and Pencils of Promise, which works to provide education for children living in poverty around the world.
Students and guests are pictured above during the event. Picture: SUBMITTED