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Local resident and celebrity chef Belinda Jeffery has become the Far North Coast Ambassador for Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

While Belinda is well known for her culinary success, she is also a cancer survivor and understands the cancer journey that many far north coast residents have endured or are currently undergoing.

Belinda will be a special guest at LaVida’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea in Lismore on Thursday 24 May. Belinda will share a special recipe perfect for any morning tea and will also be available to talk to attendees.

LaVida is located in Keen Street, Lismore and from 10am till noon on the day you can enjoy morning tea with Belinda for $15 per person. For bookings call LaVida on 02 6622 4664.

Anyone can host an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event during May and June. Registrations are now open and signing up is easy; simply visit www.biggestmorningtea.com.au or call 1300 656 585.

 


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