On 5th July, the NHS Big Tea brings the nation together to celebrate the 75th birthday of our national treasure, the NHS. As the proud headline sponsor, we'll be doing everything we can to help raise money to support NHS staff, volunteers and patients. Find out more about how you can get involved below.

Celebrate NHS Big Tea

Here’s how you can get involved…

  • NHS workers can enjoy 75% off in our cafes on the 5th July to celebrate the 75th birthday
  • Every Pack Gives Back on selected products - 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 3rd - 16th July

Where the money goes...

Money raised for the NHS Big Tea will help staff, patients and volunteers of the NHS when they need it most. A key area of work is supporting NHS staff. From ensuring staff have somewhere to rest during busy shifts to providing dedicated counselling support for those who are struggling with their mental health, we work with NHS charities across the UK to ensure help goes where it’s needed most, and that staff have the support they need.

75% off in Morrisons Café for NHS workers

Come celebrate the 75th birthday of the NHS with us. NHS workers can enjoy a whopping 75% off with every Café purchase. 

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

Terms & Conditions

  • Available all day
  • 75% off on all hot menu items and counter cakes
  • Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer
  • Hot drinks are regular hot drinks, excludes speciality drinks and syrups
  • Available to anyone who works for the NHS and comes in uniform or can show their staff card

Keith's Story

Keith Ledingham, 73, from Great Yarmouth, attends the Pit Stop weekly to improve his mental well-being and has been a regular member for the past two years. In partnership with Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals Charity and Menscraft, Pit Stop Supports men to ‘wait well’ for a range of clinical interventions by engaging in positive activities. Keith has struggled with mental health throughout his life and is open about his issues. Pit Stop has played a pivotal role in allowing Keith to enjoy life again. It has had such an impact that he now mentor’s new members and advocates for the project in his spare time.

Keith said:

“I’ve found that going to Pit Stop has helped me so much because you can talk as little or as much as you want. You can join in with activities or you don’t have to. You’re made to feel welcome. The support I get from Pit Stop is amazing and it’s the main thing that has got me through my dark patch and why I am still here”.