We’re delighted to announce that we’re the headline sponsor of the #NHSBigTea 2022 to help raise money for NHS Charities Together. Find out more about how you can get involved below.


Celebrate NHS Big Tea

NHS Charities Together is the national, independent charity caring for the NHS, so everyone can have better healthcare. With a network of over 230 NHS charities, they provide the extra support that’s needed to care for staff, patients, and improve health in our communities. And with NHS Charities Together located across the UK, they can reach the people that need support most, in every part of the country, every day of the week.

Here’s how you can get involved…

  • 5p will be donated from every pot of tea sold in our cafes from 13th June - 10th July
  • Every Pack Gives Back on selected tea party favourites - top brands will be donating a portion of the proceeds per pack sold in store and online 
  • Donate £1 at checkout in stores, cafes and online
  • Look out for our Community Champions running in store fundraising from 27th June
  • Join one of our NHS Big tea events from 1st to 5th July in our cafes
  • Enjoy a free Pot of Tea with any purchase in our cafe on the 5th July to celebrate the NHS' 74th birthday - 5p will also be donated on every cup we give away

FREE Pot of Tea with every cafe purchase on 5th July

Come celebrate the birthday of the NHS with us. Enjoy a FREE Pot of Tea on Tuesday 5th July with every cafe purchase. 5p will also be donated to NHS Charities Together on every pot we give away.

Plus if you visit our cafe between the 13th June and 10th July 2022, for every pot of tea you order, we'll donate 5p to NHS Charities Together.

You can also donate £1 by adding it to your bill at cafe till points, including manned and self service kiosks and if you order on your mobile phone. 

Neal's Story

Neal Ashurst, 47, from Wigan, is one of many NHS workers who has experienced PTSD and anxiety, and has seen the benefit of support provided by NHS Charities Together. 

Ordinarily an Operating Department Practitioner in the Theatres department at Royal Bolton Hospital, during the pandemic Neal was one of many redeployed to the hospital’s Critical Care unit to support with COVID-19 patients.

Neal said: