Cream cakes and Earl Grey for charity

Image of a previous Malaga fair. Credit: [email protected]

IT was cloche hats, feather boa’s and beads all the way, when around 60 ‘flappers’ with appropriate bodyguards, attended a ‘Roaring Twenties’ charity tea party, at the Lowery Restaurant in San Jaime, situated on the Moraira-Calpe coast road.

Organised to raise funds for the Javea based dog sanctuary APASA, guests were treated to a tea party bulging with plates of dainty triangular sandwiches, tiers of naughty but nice cakes, oozing with rich cream and a massive selection of teas ranging from Earl Grey to Jasmine and English Breakfast, served in china teapots with matching cups and saucers.

The surprise background entertainment exactly matched the mood of the gathering, when much to the delight of the bright young things, showbiz entertainers Chris Allen and Barry Britten turned up carrying an original HMV gramophone with a selection of old 78 records of the period.

After that, it was no-holds-barred as some of the less ladylike guests, were galvanised into flapping their beads and flipping their ankles in the latest ‘Speakeasy’ dance craze, The Charleston.

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