On Sunday we had out tea-party extravaganza! I am completely over whelmed how well it went! Even if I may say so myself! I hope if you came you did too!
The selection of food brought together by Katy Wheelwright and family from the Organic Bakery was simply amazing! So amazing I think I ate one of everything and completely forgot to take a photo!
The mill was decorated in British memorabilia and wartime artifacts. It was hoping everyone felt proud to be British and from Bridlington.
Aswell as the food and professor we have a fab selection of entertainment. This is included the very glamorous Diamond Darlings, two local girls from Bridlington! They oused charm and their voices was so captivating it was a lovely delight whilst enjoying the delicious food.
The Brew Mill and Tiger Lillie's hold the fort behind the bar! Speciality ales and fair trade wine went down a treat whilst some beautiful teas were also on offer!
It was a complete accident their choice of clothing! I was slightly jealous as they all looked fab!
We also had battle of the bands with a Kazzoo and was entertained by the gentle sound of the ukulele. Then we had the Professor himself! He definitely exceeded my expectations.
He even brought his hairy gorilla friend Jeffrey round! The audience got up to some horsey business, galloping around the mill with the Professor.
He even managed to get me on stage for a little song which was equally funny! Everyone joined in with his fun and laughter and he certainly got us all engaging with his witty lyrics. My heart melted when he got 8 year old Archie to perform with him on stage. Archie had wrote his own little rap and remembered it to sing to us all. Talent in the making!
The night was curated my Jeff Wheelwright and I would like to thank him, Katy and their family, The Brew Mill, Tiger Lillie's, and The Priory for pulling it all together. The musical talent and to everyone who came. Let hope it's the start of more things to come! :)