There’s nothing like gathering the ladies together for a stylish Afternoon Tea and even better when you’re helping to raise much needed funds for charity.

The five-star g Hotel is in the pink again for the full month of October as they host their annual Pink Ladies Afternoon Tea in support of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute for Breast Cancer Awareness month.

 

To support the charity and help highlight the need for breast cancer research, during October the G are offering a very special ‘PINK’ themed afternoon tea with a donation from each afternoon tea going to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute in Galway. At the end of October, the g Hotel will match the amount donated by customers and present the full amount to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.

 

The Pink Afternoon Tea has delicious items on the menu including Smoked Salmon Tartare on Pink Loaf with Herb Cream Cheese; Galway Goats Cheese with Raspberry and Pink Peppercorns; Chicken & Beetroot Terrine on Poppy Brioche; Smoked Bacon & Red Cabbage Salad Sandwich for savouries followed by pink treats including Raspberry & Pistachio Battenburg; Rose & Caramel Chocolate s’more; Strawberry Choux and White Forest Gateaux….all served with Ronnefeldt speciality teas and freshy roasted coffees.

Why not add a glass of Pink Taittinger Champagne and a further donation will be made to the Charity.

To book the Pink Ladies Afternoon Tea this October contact events@theghotel.ie

 

Based at the Lambe Institute the National Breast Cancer Research Institute is a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the National University of Ireland, Galway lead by Professor Michael Karin. In Ireland, 1 in 7 women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. It’s the second most common cancer in Irish women in Ireland after skin cancer and the most common cancer in women over 50. The role of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute is paramount, as its research can help to ascertain the causes and factors that influence breast cancer and therefore help to develop effective screening, treatments and medication to combat it. For further information on the National Breast Cancer Research Institute visit www.breastcancerresearch.ie