Ain't they sweet ; Eden Lionesses host Biggest Morning Tea

The head of the centre table decorated with quaint tea sets.
The head of the centre table decorated with quaint tea sets.

You could have mistaken the humble Eden RSL hall for the Grand Hyatt this morning as the Eden Lionesses put on an extravagant spread in support of the Biggest Morning Tea fundariser.

For an entry price of $10 per person, morning tea goers were able to choose from an exquisite selection of home baked cakes and slices as well as try their luck in the raffle for a mixture of door prizes.

Steve Mahoney added to the atmposhere playing guitar and singing classic tunes like "Ain't she sweet."

Eden Lioness publicity officer thanked the Eden community for supporting the morning tea as well as thanking the Lionesses for their dedication to the cause.

"There wasn't a vacant chair in the hall, it was a very pleasant morning full of good food, good singing, good people and good atmosphere."

The wonderful selction of cakes and sponges the Eden Lionesses offered at this mornings Biggest Morning Tea.

The wonderful selction of cakes and sponges the Eden Lionesses offered at this mornings Biggest Morning Tea.

Ms Mckinnon said the Lionesses raised just over $1,200 for the Cancer Council.