Royal tiffin on the Brac to raise cash for NT

| 30/05/2011

(CNS): The Cayman Brac District Committee of the National Trust is offering Brackers a chance to dress up in their finery (including hats) for a bit of a royal do. The committee is hosting a ‘High Tea’ in celebration of the queen’s official birthday at Heritage House in North East Bay, on Monday, 13 June at four o’clock. The tea party will include a silent auction and art show. A variety of finger foods and delicacies will be provided along with a chilled soup and a refreshing assortment of iced teas. 

Cost of admission will be $5 adults and $3 for children under the age of 12.  All event proceeds will benefit the Cayman Brac District Committee of the National Trust and its mission to conserve and preserve of our natural and cultural resources.

The Silent Auction will be ongoing with the last bid at 6:30 PM.  Auction items include a day’s accommodations in Grand and/or Little Cayman, a variety of artworks, airline tickets, gift certificates for local and Sister Island shopping or entertainment and many more unique and diverse items.   To contribute auctions item kindly contact Bonnie Edwards at

Simone Scott, local National Trust Member and representative of the National Gallery is arranging for gifted local artists to showcase their talents.   “The theme for the Art Show will be Local Nature and our Cultural History,” said Scott.  “While you are keeping a close eye on your favourite bids, enjoy the works of local artists.”  If you are interested in submitting an artwork for the show, contact

For more information contact Kathleen Bodden-Harris 916-3960 or

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  1. B. B. L. Brown says:

    Sounds interesting.  I've heard they are having lots of  interesting items in the auction.  Free finger food?  Tea?  O.K.  I'm going!