Time for Tea Goes Global

Time for Tea Goes Global

We are excited to announce that Time for Tea is expanding outside Europe. 2021 will see the start of a new series of activities in India, Thailand and the Philippines in addition to the UK and 14 other European countries. With support from the EU Erasmus+ Programme,...
The Time For Tea Survey

The Time For Tea Survey

PLEASE HELP US by completing our T4T Survey It is short and easy to do. It will help us very much if you can do this. Please do it now – the survey will be open for two weeks. The survey is about how to organise non-formal activities in general – it...
World Fair Trade Day

World Fair Trade Day

Fun fact: roughly 2g of tea goes into a teabag. With the staggering amount of information being thrown at us every day in this new reality, it is no wonder how much news goes unnoticed, left to rot in our inboxes, only to be discovered weeks later. It is a good idea...
Announcing Time for Tea Family Edition

Announcing Time for Tea Family Edition

In response to the Corona virus lockdown, we have created a special version of Time for Tea, which families or other groups can do together at home. It’s educational and creative, but most of all it is fun. Activities can be completed in one day or spread out...
Love from Armenia

Love from Armenia

We’re excited to share an example of how Time for Tea can develop a life of its own. Julieta Ktshanyan is a teacher of world history at Ayb School in Yerevan, Armenia. She led one of our pilot projects in 2018. Julieta has just sent us the following...
Encouraging creativity during the lockdown

Encouraging creativity during the lockdown

Being stuck at home alone or with the kids is hard for all of us. So we’ve adapted the Time for Tea concept to give you a creative challenge, a chance to connect with the world, and some fun. AVAILABLE NOW: Tea TV (for individuals): make a cup of tea, tell a...