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On Sunday May 27 the Lindy Charm School for Girls will travel from Brisbane to Warrnambool to host South West Healthcare’s High Tea with a Sip of Manners.
Only 30 tickets will be sold so that guests get quality time with the Charm School teachers who are dedicated to reviving the golden age of glamour.
This fun and fresh look at manners in the 21st century is a one-off chance for all of us to attend a unique event. Granted, it’s not the cheapest of days out (bringing the Charm School from Queensland to country Victoria and Club Warrnambool’s high tea will absorb $135 of the $155 per head cost) but long after things we spend similar amounts on are dead and buried (like a new dress or a day at the races) our freshly-polished manners will be visibly intact.
Money raised from this event – generously sponsored by Warrnambool’s chic LADY BAY RESORT – will help pay for a $64,000 Cancer Lymph Node Detector for the 110,000 people who live here in the southwest.