A Midsummer Eid’s High Tea

Come and celebrate Eid in style with an afternoon of relaxation and pampering including:

  • A one-of-a-kind women only event in an elegant venue with a garden terrace
  • A private setting catering for Muslim women wishing to remove their hijab with female only staff
  • Networking with other influential and professional women
  • An exquisite full halal afternoon tea menu with extra soft drinks provided
  • The ticket INCLUDES a 15 minute luxury beauty treatment with a choice of a mini makeover/ hair styling/ manicure/ massage by the company Blossom and Jasmine whose previous clients include Vogue, Liberty and London fashion week OR a personalised fragrance profile by the renowned British perfumer Penhaligon with a discount on their products
  • The chance to have professional photographs taken by a team of female photographers
  • Visit high end stalls by exhibitors including the Datery and Oud the luxury collection amongst others
  • A brief talk by the charity Human Appeal about their Syria appeal with fundraising opportunities.
  • A luxury goody bag to leave with
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Please note: 
Tea will be served in 2 sittings- 12pm or 1.30pm please select the preferred time when purchasing ticket
All guests to register by 12pm

It may be difficult to allocate treatments to those arriving late.

Price: £65

Dresscode: formal


When: Saturday, July 23 2016

Time: 11:30am to 3:30pm (BST)

Where: Chandos House – 2 Queen Anne Street, London W1G 9LQ

Buy your tickets today – CLICK HERE 

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