Teatime out for bus

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - PEOPLE IN PICTURES -

COM­MIT­TED car­ers en­joyed a re­lax­ing af­ter­noon with cream teas at Mis­senden Abbey.

As part of na­tional Car­ers Week, Car­ers Bucks hosted a spe­cial af­ter­noon at the abbey.

Car­ers Bucks’ com­mu­ni­ca­tions man­ager, Hay­ley Mountstevens, said: “The event went re­ally well, with over 60 car­ers en­joy­ing a cream tea and singing work­shop at Mis­senden Abbey. It was a good op­por­tu­nity for car­ers to meet other car­ers and to have a break away from their car­ing role.

“Car­ers Week is go­ing re­ally so far with the launch of our Car­ers Hub at Stoke Man­dev­ille Hos­pi­tal on Mon­day and the event yesterday at Mis­senden Abbey – we have many more events com­ing up this week in­clud­ing a work­ing car­ers event at the Car­ers Bucks of­fices this evening and our open house event on Fri­day, when car­ers will have the op­por­tu­nity to en­joy some pam­per­ing treat­ments.”

The week aims to raise aware­ness of car­ers and the chal­lenges that they face in their daily lives.

Car­ers were treated to an af­ter­noon tea party at Mis­senden Abbey as part of Car­ers Week

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