Tea for MD

Tea for MD is a fun event that everyone can get involved in.Contents of the Tea for MD pack

While you’re catching up with family, friends or work colleagues over a cuppa and cake, you’ll be raising vital funds to support people with macular disease and research towards a cure.

Why not celebrate our 30th Anniversary with a strawberry Tea for MD or organise a full tea to mark National Afternoon Tea week, which runs from 14 to 20 August.

Whatever you choose, we have a host of colourful new materials including bunting, balloons, cake toppers and cake name cards to help make your tea a success! Simply complete our online Tea for MD registration form. You’ll then be able to download our Tea for MD host guide and a range of printable materials, including posters and invitations, and we’ll also send you your tea pack by post.

Don’t forget to let us know how you got on and send us your tea photos – we’ll feature the best ones in on this page!








Society member Jennifer Heaton organised her own 75th Birthday Tea for MD for family and friends, featuring eight colourful cakes representing her life through the decades, made by daughter Sandra.

Lisa Steward with her cakes

Supporter Lisa Stewart held a Tea for MD for members of her choir.

Val Little with her birthday cake

The Barnt Green Macular Support Group organised a Mad Hatter’s Tea for MD party, during which they celebrated the birthday of member Val Little.

Joint Goole Group Leader Karen Dunderdale organised a Tea for MD for group members

Joint Goole Macular Support Group Leader Karen Dunderdale organised a Tea for MD for group members.

Lorna Gisborne’s strawberry tarts

Lorna Gisborne’s strawberry tarts.

Lisa Stewart's logo cupcakes

Lisa Stewart’s cupcakes.

A table of cakes at the Goole Macualr Support Group's Tea for MD

The Goole Macular Support Group's cakes.