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Surf, Art, Tea, Cake

by on Monday 15th June, 2009   2515 Views

Seed surf co. and the Tea Appreciation Society present…..

Surf, Art, Tea, Cake
The second exhibition opening night of the year at the Seed surf shop and Gallery.

Everything you need for a lazy Sunday afternoon, with Tea’s from the ‘Tea Appreciation Society’, handmade cakes from Beth’s cakes, some eye wateringly good art and photo’s hanging on the walls and some summertime tunes from one of the best bands in Cornwall ‘The People’s String Foundation’!

Entries free and all are welcome, so if your lost for something to enjoy on the 28th June between 12-7 come have a lazy arvo!
Check out some of the beautiful work from Californian photog Ryan Tatar or local brush wielder Caroline Pedler, wet your whistle with some proper tea and have a healthly slice of cake!

See y’all there!!

www.seedsurf.blogspot.com
www.seedsurfco.com
www.teaappreciationsociety.blogspot.com
www.bethsbakes.co.uk

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