A tea party is being held in Brede in aid of a hearing charity.
Local girl Rhiannon Oliver is supporting local people with hearing loss by hosting a Coffee & Cake event.
The social gathering is being held on Friday 13th September from 10am at Brede Farmers Market, Brede Village Hall and visitors in Broad Oak, Brede and surrounding areas are welcome to drop by and support the event.
Rhiannon choose to raise money for Hearing Link because she and her father both suffer from hearing loss and wished to raise more awareness of Hearing Link and the free services they provide for people with hearing loss and their friends and family.
Her Coffee and Cake party is one of many being held across the country to mark Hearing Link’s Coffee & Cake Week which runs from 9th-15th September.
It is hoped the event will help to increase understanding of hearing loss and the challenges that local people with hearing loss in the Rye area can face.
Further information is also available on Hearing Link’s website: www.hearinglink.org/cake.