Cake and tea glee for Bunbury community

Bunbury residents Sasha Prowse, Joscelyn Jones and Leeuwin Prowse will be among those celebrating the 26th Australias Biggest Morning Tea with William Barrett and Sons director Adrian Barrett.
Bunbury residents Sasha Prowse, Joscelyn Jones and Leeuwin Prowse will be among those celebrating the 26th Australias Biggest Morning Tea with William Barrett and Sons director Adrian Barrett.

William Barrett and Sons is gearing up for its 26th annual Australia's Biggest Morning Tea event to be held tomorrow.

William Barrett and Sons director Adrian Barrett said he attributed the longevity of the fundraiser to the overwhelming support of the community.

"Our morning tea attracts more people than any other in the state and is always one of the biggest fundraisers," he said.

"It is completely community driven - year after year, we have businesses continuing that support and new ones jumping on board.

"Almost everyone has been impacted by cancer and that is clear on the day, from the children to the seniors and everyone in between."

The Spencer Street funeral hone will once again transform into a makeshift cafe and in so doing, raise thousands for the Cancer Council of WA.

During the past 25 years the event has raised more than $310,000.

The event will be held at 9 Spencer Street from 9am to 1pm.

There will be raffles, school performances, home-made morning tea plates and a sausage sizzle lunch from 11am.

For more contact 9722 5311.