Pink Ribbon high tea for Cancer Council

A PINK Ribbon high tea will be held at The Point restaurant in Ballina on October 22 as a fundraiser for The Cancer Council. The high tea at 2 Martin St, will be held from 9am-2pm.

Tickets cost $30 per person which covers a selection of hot and cold savoury and sweet bites. There will be several lucky door prizes and raffle prizes.

Phone The Point on 6618 1188.

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