The Creative Cuppa has launched to celebrate the amazing work of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board staff and to raise funds to continue to support them with creative opportunities, experiences and environments in the workplace. The event encourages supporters to improve wellbeing by taking the time to be creative, enjoying a cuppa together, whilst raising money for the Arts for Health and Wellbeing Programme.

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You can take part in the celebrations by holding a creative tea party or arts workshop with your friends, family or at work. The creative element to your tea party can be anything from sketching in the garden, to making a fun dance routine, we’ll even send you an ideas pack to give you some inspiration for easy crafts and activities.

Please register here and we will soon be in touch via email and will be more than happy to provide you with anything you need whether it be our fundraising pack or bilingual downloadable materials such as posters, bunting, social media graphics, sponsor forms, etc..

If you are looking to participate in person, please host your Creative Cuppa outside whilst practicing social distancing. All we ask is that you please follow the most up to date COVID-19 guidance set out by the Welsh Government when participating in this event.

We’d love your support with this campaign to help say thank you to our wonderful doctors and nurses who work tirelessly for our local hospitals within Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, especially through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Text NHSBIGT to 70085 to donate £5 Texts cost £5 plus one standard rate message and you’ll be opting in to hear more about our work and fundraising via telephone and SMS. If you’d like to give £5 but do not wish to receive marketing communications, text NHSBIGTNOINFO to 70085.

To make a donation you can visit our Justgiving campaign page.

For more information or if you have any questions about how to get involved in the celebrations, please email

Please consider supporting this fantastic campaign, raising a cuppa and getting creative to help make our wonderful NHS even better.

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