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Sharing the love of

cream teas together

Welcome to
The Cream Tea Society

Now in it’s tenth year, National Cream Tea Day is organised by Rodda’s Cornish Clotted Cream and Wilkin and Sons Tiptree. The jam and cream experts together donate up to 50,000 portions of jam and cream every year, through their joint organisation, The Cream Tea Society, which supports fundraisers and charities to put on their own cream tea events. To date, this has helped to raise over £1.4 million for hundreds of charities across the UK.

 From sharing a scone or two in the garden with your family, to organising your own bake-a-long with friends, there are lots of ways you can connect with loved ones, before sharing those images on social media and showing your delicious jam and cream creations to the nation using  #nationalcreamteaday

Save the Date
National Cream Tea Day - Friday 28th June 2024

Rodda’s Clotted Cream and Tiptree will once again host the most delicious day of the year helping everyone to come together to enjoy a much-needed cream tea and raise money for worthy causes. 

Keep an eye out for what's happening on most delicious day of the year!

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National Cream
Tea Day

Its the most delicious day of the calendar year. Dig out your finest tea set and crockery, and invite your friends to join you for a summer soiree, whilst raising some money for a worthy cause. It’s time to celebrate the cream tea in all its glory.

Charity Cream

Each year 50,000 portions of jam and cream are given by Tiptree and Rodda's Clotted Cream to charities nationwide, helping to raise money for charity. Last year, the Society supported over 50 charity events on National Cream Tea Day alone.

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Bake up
a storm

Crumbly scones, sticky fruit jam, lashings of Cornish clotted cream and perfectly brewed tea.


Follow our simple recipe to make the perfect scones in time for your event. Nothing beats a fresh batch warm from the oven.

Cornish clotted cream - the food of the gods

William Gladstone 1809 - 1898

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