Booths supermarkets in Lancashire have spent the day supporting Lancashire Wildlife Trust's Big Buzz Tea Parties.
Staff in Booths cafes and restaurants in Preston (right), Penwortham (below right) and Lytham gave details of the tea parties to customers and also held raffles and gave a percentage of the price of tea and cakes to the Trust.
The day also helped to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts today and the 50th birthday of the Lancashire trust which is in August.
Anyone can get involved in the tea parties simply by inviting your friends or neighbours round for tea and cake. You could hold a tea party at home, work, school or in your local community.
It may be a simple get together with friends, a picnic, a garden party, a street party or whatever works for you.
Communcations Officer Alan Wright said: "I visited the Preston and Penwortham stores and was deighted to see the staff were so enthusiastic in their support of the Trust.
"It was also nice to discuss the work of the Trust with customers who were interested in what we do and our reserves, particularly Brockholes, which is close to both stores."