The eagerly anticipated Daffodil Tea was launched this week at Ballymena Academy. This annual event has soared in popularity over recent years will take place on Wednesday 6th April at 2.30pm. Guests will enjoy afternoon tea in the familiar surroundings of the W.H. Mol Assembly Hall and music will be provided by the school’s music department.

Ballymena Academy Daffodil Tea

Mrs Ellen Russell, Lyndsey Simpson, Mr Stephen Black, Headmaster of Ballymena Academy, Mrs Jane Allen, Secretary of Ballymena Academy Old Pupils’ Association, Rachel Reid and Miss Hilary Taylor at the launch of the Ballymena Academy Daffodil Tea

Jane Allen, Secretary of the Ballymena Academy Old Pupils’ Association who organise the event had this to say;

“This event is firmly established in the calendar of the Ballymena community and has raised a lot of money over the years for good causes, this year we are proudly supporting the work of Cancer Research UK. We would ask that people make their reservations in advance to avoid disappointment.”

Reservations can be made by clicking here to email Mrs. Jane Allen, Miss Hiliary Taylor on (028) 25652350, Mrs. Ellen Russell on (028) 25684272, please reserve your place before April 1st. Admission is £20 and payable at the door.