Tea. A simple, three-letter word but a word that alleviates pressure, evaporates stress, and relaxes our minds.
Recognising the role a simple tea and chat can have on fostering positive mental health by keeping the community connected, The Huddle’s community and sport recreation coordinator Kate Beveridge began hosting a FREE weekly Tea and Chat with women from all walks of the community.
“It is a highlight of my week being able to take time to recharge and connect with the wonderful women in the community,” Miss Beveridge said.
“COVID-9 restrictions have made it difficult to see our friends and families but having the weekly tea and chat has provided a new way to help support one another and also provides solidarity even when we are apart.”
Hosted every Thursday morning from 10:30-11:30am viz ZOOM, the weekly tea and chat is the perfect opportunity to take time out for yourself. Pour yourself a cup of tea, sit back and build meaningful connections with women in your community.
“It is great for our mind and soul,” said Kay Markiewicz, a household name in The Huddle’s Tea and Chat.
“Each Thursday, Kate invites us for a cuppa and chat. It is a fun time to contribute to discussion and create meaningful connections.
“A joyful moment to pause and connect with other people which is a valuable gift that we can provide ourselves!”
Run in a relaxed and controlled environment, The Huddle’s weekly Tea and Chat’s are open to women of all ages and cultures.
Get to know other women in your community and over a cuppa and a chat, you can develop a relationship that can last a lifetime.
For more information on how you can get involved please contact Kate Beveridge.