Swimming club holds tea party to raise cash

Asda Fareham's Community Champion Sharon Noble enjoys her Strawberry Tea with friends from her open water swimming club at Hill Head beach
Asda Fareham's Community Champion Sharon Noble enjoys her Strawberry Tea with friends from her open water swimming club at Hill Head beach
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KEEN swimmers raised money for charity by holding a tea party in the sea.

Sharon Noble and her friends from Hill Head open water swimming club Shack Sharks took part in the fundraising event for Breast Cancer Care.

The Strawberry Tea event is a new charity campaign and is one close to Sharon’s heart.

The Asda Fareham community champion was diagnosed with breast cancer eight years.

She said: ‘We were delighted to support Breast Cancer Care’s Strawberry Tea campaign.

‘The money raised through Strawberry Teas makes a real difference to people affected by breast cancer.

‘It was fantastic to see so many people came and showed their support and pledge to host their own Strawberry Tea parties over the next couple of weeks.

‘The water may have been cold, but it just goes to show how supportive our colleagues and customers across the UK are of our fundraising activities.’

Hannah Branch, community fundraising manager at Breast Cancer Care, added: ‘We’re delighted Asda colleagues and customers supported us.

‘We’d love more people to gather friends and family to host their own afternoon tea.’