COPMANHURST'S Biggest Morning Tea might be a hair-raising event if the small community can raise enough funds.

For $3000, local woman Kerri McLean has pledged to shave her head for the Cancer Council.

Committee member Lyn Wratten said it might be a big ask but was hopeful of a good turnout for the event, which aimed to raise much-needed funds in the search for a cancer cure.

"Everyone's very welcome to come out and enjoy our country hospitality," she said.

"Last year was a great success; we raised just over $1700.

"We've got a goal to raise a certain amount this year so hopefully we can do it."

To be a part of the event, pull out your best blue and yellow clothes and a tea cup and head to the Rest Point Hotel in Copmanhurst next Thursday for a 10am start.

The morning tea will include bottomless tea and coffee and nibbles, with raffle tickets and a variety of home-made goods available for purchase. Entry is $5 a person.

Guest speaker is Jim Page and a prize will be awarded for the craziest tea cup/mug.

For more information or to RSVP phone the Rest Point Hotel on 6647 3125.



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