Drink Tea Like a Celeb

17 June 2015

Drink Tea Like a Celeb

Some of the UK’s biggest household celebrity names have signed and donated their favourite tea mugs to SSAFA, for a celebrity mug auction. The online auction celebrates SSAFA’s annual Big Brew Up campaign.


Christopher Biggins SSAFA Big Brew Up

Mark WrightSo whether you daydream about having a brew with Amanda Holden, sharing an intimate cuppa with supermodel David Gandy, or you would love to share a pot of ‘Rosie Lee’ with Marvin Humes, now is your chance to get that little bit closer to making that dream a reality.

Other celebrities who have donated their mugs include the Forces sweetheart Katherine Jenkins, Olympic legend Dame Kelly Holmes, suave Mark Wright, cheeky-chappy James Argent and sporting businessman David Gold to name a few.

So if you want to get your hands on your favourite celebrity’s mug and raise money for our Forces families then get bidding!

SSAFA’s Celebrity Mug Auction launches on Wednesday 17 June until Saturday 27 June, and includes a range of mugs from the following celebrities:

David Gandy, Dame Kelly Holmes, Mark Wright, Phillip Schofield, Amanda Holden, Marvin and Rochelle Humes, Duncan Bannatyne, James Cracknell, Lucy Watson, Stephanie Pratt, Rosie Fortescue, Deborah Meaden, Jacqueline Gold, David Gold, Jodie Marsh, Christopher Biggins, A Street Cat Named Bob, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Linda Robson, Antony Cotton, Katy Hill and Robin Ellis.

Taking place across the UK from the 22-28 June 2015, the SSAFA Big Brew Up encourages friends, colleagues and families to host tea parties to raise vital funds for SSAFA, which provides lifelong support to members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families.

To register to host your own Big Brew Up visit www.thebigbrewup.org.uk

For more information visit www.ssafa.org.uk and follow us on Twitter: @SSAFA.