It was a beautiful sunny weekend and we were very lucky to be spending it in our gorgeous home town of Southampton. The weather was on our side, the children were out in their masses and the ice cream was in full flow! Madhatters Tea Party was the theme of the days event, and Foxhills Infant School certainly didn't disappoint. We found the white rabbit, a few girls dressed as Alice...But we were too busy making tea that we didn't find the Madhatter!
It was just a normal day for The Mysterious Creators of Tea 1,2,3 until they receive a very important letter from the Madhatter...Who invites them to his tea party. But first, they have to make the perfect cup of tea to bring to the party. Jelly beans, flowers and lightbulbs are just some of the ingredients that 1,2 and 3 use to make this perfect cup of tea, but somehow that just doesn't work. Don't fret though, the Madhatter eventually gets his perfect cuppa and 1,2 and 3 get to the party right on time!
The school was wonderfully decorated, and so very welcoming...We had such a great day and hope all the families did too.
With tea on the brain, here are MouldEds 5 great places in London to go for afternoon tea (and cake!)
1. Patisserie Valerie-It's gorgeous hot drinks and amazing cakes are a must have.
2. Drink Shop Do, Kings Cross-This place not only does tea and cake, but all sorts of arts and crafts classes too. And even turns into a bar in the evenings!
3. Chesterfield Hotel, Mayfair-It's a little pricey but pretty much unlimited! And they even do hot chocolates and milkshakes for those that want the afternoon tea experience but don't actually like tea!
4. The Ritz Darrrling! Well, you have to try it once in your life?!
5. Haagen-Dazs, Leicester Square-It has afternoon tea, with ice cream! What more could you want?!
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