Afternoon tea and cakes from Poets House give Magpas Helimedix a lift

Magpas staff enjoy tea and cakes
Magpas staff enjoy tea and cakes

With its first boutique hotel Poets House is set to launch in Ely on April 29, The House Collection has announce that it will be supporting Magpas, The Emergency Medical Charity.

To celebrate the announcement, executive chef Leah Jenson and butler Joseph Featherstone from Poets House dropped into the Magpas Helimedix base to serve afternoon tea, including a selection of delicious cakes and sandwiches, to keep up the spirits of the Helimedix team in readiness for their next emergency dash.

The Helimedix team is always a highly trained doctor and paramedic who can work alongside the emergency services to deliver enhanced specialist A&E level treatment to patients at the scenes of serious road traffic accidents and other life-threatening medical emergencies.

For Leah and Joseph, it was a welcome opportunity to rehearse for the much-anticipated opening of Poets House. Afternoon tea will be available daily in The Study Bar or guests can enjoy more of Leah’s cooking with a gourmet meal in The Dining Room restaurant.

The House Collection is bringing two new venues to the region – Poets House in Ely and Paddocks House (formerly Swynford Paddocks) near Newmarket, which is due to open in the summer. Both will offer first-class food, elegant accommodation and butlers to cater for your every whim.