Fun brews for ninth cup day

Tristan WheelerManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Guests listen to one of the keynote speakers at last year's Storm in a Teacup Event.
Camera IconGuests listen to one of the keynote speakers at last year's Storm in a Teacup Event. Credit: Supplied

Rylington Park’s Storm in a Teacup field day is celebrating its 9th edition on March 13, with guests invited to put their best foot forward.

There will be market stalls, guest speakers and a shoe fashion parade, with prizes for entrants.

Attendees will also receive a bag of gifts as part of the entry, as well as food provided by Pip Mills, of Bridgetown, and wine by Beulah Wines, of Boyup Brook.

The artwork featured on the promotional materials for the event will be auctioned off, with this year’s artwork created by Boyup Brook artist Ginette Corker.

The speakers this year will be Deb Reveley from Brain Ambulance, Astrid Volzke from Our Photostories and Liz Harfull, author of award-winning cookbook Tried Tested and True.

Tried Tested and True was named as one of the Best In the World books at the 2019 Gourmand Awards.

Mrs Volzke said that event was a nice day out with a group of like-minded women.

“Usually there is something for everyone, something a bit creative, something to do with gardening, usually craft, maybe something to do with mental health,” she said.

“Overall, it’s just a really fun day. Have a cup of tea, a glass of wine and a chat and get inspired.”

The proceeds from the event will go towards an initiative to send volunteers to assist farmers in NSW rebuild after the recent fires, run by Boyup Brook’s Peter Chilwell.

For tickets and inquiries, call Erlanda Deas on 9765 3012.

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