The St Stephen’s Tuesday Group in Bexhill are organising a vintage style afternoon tea in support of Lauren Masters ’children.
The event will take place at St. Stephen’s church Hall, in Woodsgate Park, Bexhill, on Saturday March 19 between 2 and 4pm. There will be crafts stalls, raffle and of course cream teas and cakes.
Any donations for the raffle or cakes can be dropped off at the church hall on March 19 between 10 and 11 am.
Lauren Masters, 20, was killed in a property on Sutherland Avenue, last year.
The local community have rallied around to raise money for her two young sons, setting up a Just Giving page for the family and holding events such as a sponsored bike ride.
Lauren was described by friends as ‘a beautiful and caring young woman and a devoted mum’.
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