Cream Tea at the Upper Lighthouse, Portland Bill on Wednesday 31st August, 2:30 to 4:30pm Price £3.50, which includes 1 scone and 1 drink per person, no advance tickets.
Frances Lockyer, owner of the Upper Lighthouse, has kindly offered her garden to The Portland Island Museum Supporters to host a Cream Tea. You will also be able to go up the Tower to see the spectacular views, there will be an additional charge of £1 per person for this.
Any additional scones, home baking and drinks will be available at £1 per item. All funds raised by PIMS will go to the Museum’s Thatch Appeal.
This event will be totally weather dependent as there is no facility to hold this indoors. Please check with the Museum on 01305 821804, if the weather forecast is bad.
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