Looking back on Antibiotic Research UK’s Great British Tea Party 2017

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The Great British Tea Party 2017, Antibiotic Research UK’s national annual fundraising event, has had its most successful year yet, with more Tea Parties held than ever before.

The AMR Centre

The fundraising week, timed to coincide with World Antibiotic Awareness Week, has kept everyone busy with baking cakes, making pots of tea, and generally having fun- all the while, raising money for a fantastic cause. Tea Parties have been held all across the country – in schools, in workplaces, and in homes.

Money is still coming in, but Antibiotic Research UK have already raised thousands of pounds which will go towards our research programmes. We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has held a Tea Party this year. We couldn’t have done this without you.

Please do keep sending your photos in, or share them with us on Twitter. If you’ve been inspired by the Tea Parties held this year, then please do join us for next year. To bring this year’s Tea Party to a close, take a look at some of the amazing cakes have been baked this year.


They all look delicious, I’m sure you’ll agree! Thanks again to all Tea Party hosts who helped to make the Great British Tea Party 2017 bigger and better than ever before.

If you didn’t manage to hold a GBTP during World Antibiotic Awareness Week, then it’s not too late- Tea Parties can happen at any time of the year and you can still apply for a pack by clicking on the link below!

To find out how you can hold your own Tea Party, you can find more information here: https://www.antibioticresearch.org.uk/great-british-tea-party/


Warwick Antimicrobial Interdisciplinary Centre

Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group

Bow House Digital

Aston University

Warwick Antimicrobial Interdisciplinary Centre