Mathom Tale Tea, Sunday 27 November

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Mathom Tale Tea

Songburrow Hall, 4 Brookbank Street, Songburrow
Confirmed Attendees: 5
Start Date: Sunday 27 November 19:30 PM
End Date: Sunday 27 November 20:30 PM
Time zone: Europe/London +00:00 GMT
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  1. Lina Chief


    Good friends, tea, pie and dusty old objects. That's all yer need fer a relaxing, lovely Sunday afternoon. Welcome to a new mathom tea in Songburrow!

    Date: Sunday November 27
    Time: 7:30PM UK (2:30PM servertime)
    Location: Songburrow Hall, 4 Brookbank Street, Songburrow

    We are happy to invite our neighbours and good hobbit friends to a relaxing cup tea Sunday November 27. In addition to a grand selection of food and drink, some even home-grown and produced locally in the village of Songburrow, the tea will have a mathomy theme. So, we offer the opportunity for our guests to bring some of their own favourite old objects to the tea, for comments and value appraisal.

    Do yer have an old, dusty shield hanging on yer wall? An old book yer are curious about? Have yer sometimes pondered if there weren't something more to that old dishcloth yer inherited from yer parents? Do yer think yer have THE club the Bullroarer used during the battle of Greenfields? Just bring it to Songburrow Hall, tell us a little about it, and our local historians will study it and try uncover its secrets!


    This will be a relaxed, non-scripted event, providing many opportunities to mingle and chat with other hobbits, as well as to learn something about mathoms. Don't be shy to bring your own items and a small description/story of it, and we'll see how many we can appraise during the night. Be prepared to show yer mathom and tell us a little about it, and we'll try our best to say what kind of object it really is. Think of it as a hobbit version of the "Antiques Roadshow", and you'll be good!

    Given the theme, this is very much a hobbit-preferred event. Welcome hobbits!
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