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Haggis Hunt Crafternoon Tea

From: £14.95

🐭What: Join us for a spot of haggis hunting; a Burns Afternoon Tea and some Scottish themed crafts and biscuit decorating. 
🥔When: 19th, 20th, 26th, 27thJanuary
🍽Where:  Killearn & Quarriers 
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Time: 3pm-5pm
🎨Who: An event for all the family, a
imed at children aged 4-11 but would also suit 3 year olds who like arts & crafts!

Help🦔! Our haggis’ have escaped🦔! Join us at one of our Haggis Hunt Crafternoon Teas as we try to round up the runaway haggis on time for Burns Day celebrations!

We are so excited to bring you Three Sisters Bake’s very first “Haggis Fest🦔” – a week long celebration of Burns, our runaway national dish and all things Scottish! Our family “Haggis Hunt” Crafternoon Tea combines a delicious Burns Afternoon Tea with haggis spotting and Scottish themed crafts & biscuit decorating. Crafternoon Tea is a seated event designed to engage all the family in crafty Burns & haggis fun

£14.95 per person
Included in child ticket price –
– Child Burns Afternoon Tea (menu below)
– Apple/ orange juice OR hot choc with cream & marshmallows
– Scottish & Burns themed crafting, sticking, colouring and creating!
– Spot the runaway haggis quiz!
– Scottish shortbread biscuit decorating
– A fun event for all the family

Included in adult ticket price –
– Burns Afternoon Tea (menu below)
– Hot or soft drink (can be upgraded to prosecco afternoon tea on the day)
– Plenty of crafty fun with the kids

Children’s Burns Afternoon Tea Menu
– Iced “tartan” chocolate brownie bite
– Highland Coo “Highlander” Shortbread biscuits
– Homebaked fruit scones
– Fruit skewer
– Houmous with carrot sticks and cucumber
– Ham sandwich piece
– Cheese sandwich piece

Adult’s Burns Afternoon Tea Menu
– Haggis, rosemary & leek mini sausage roll
– Open sandwich of hot Scottish smoked salmon and lemon cream cheese on home made soda bread
– Brie and red onion marmalade sandwich
– Haggis Bon Bons with a wholegrain mustard creme fraiche dip
– Carrot cake topped with cream cheese icing
– Individual victoria sponge with buttercream and raspberry jam
– Mini empire biscuit
– Chocolate brownie bite
– Highland Coo “Highlander” Shortbread biscuits
– Homemade fruit scones served with freshly whipped cream and raspberry jam

Dietary Requirements – Veggie and GF afternoon tea menus available. Please specify dietary requirements or allergies in the booking notes at time of booking. Please note, we do not offer a vegan/ dairy free afternoon tea menu. Customers will be able to select vegan/ DF options from our café lunch menu, please specify if you require vegan or DF menu options in booking notes.

Adult supervision and participation – This is a family event, adult participation in the crafts and fun is fully encouraged and children must be supervised at all times by a parent or guardian. All adults and children in attendance require a ticket (other than those aged under 2). 

Infants and highchairs – children under the age of 2 do not require a ticket unless you wish them to eat afternoon tea. Our usual children’s menu will be available on the day for under 2’s. Please specify in booking notes if you require a highchair or space for a pram (NB. While we will always aim to accommodate this, it may not always be possible  due to lack of space, in which case we would ask for the pram to be stored in the foyer and baby in highchair or carseat).

Make a Day of it…

Both of our cafes are located in idyllic countryside villages which have lovely play parks within close walking distance so make sure you pack the waterproofs, bikes or scooters to take full advantage!

Quarriers Village Play Park
Quarriers Village has a lovely play park very close to the cafe, situated just behind the Mount Zion church building in the heart of the village. The park is adjacent to large playing fields and accesses a lovely river walk. There is a kids cycle path located beside the playwark also, perfect for learner cyclists or little scooters!

N75 Sustrans Cycle Path
Why not bring the bikes? Or better yet, leave the car at home and travel here by bike! Our Quarriers cafe is situated off the N75 Sustrans Cycle Path, a traffic free route, perfect for little cyclists to practice their skills in a safe environment away from cars. The N75 Cycle Path can be accessed from the surrounding villages of Bridge of Weir, Kilmacolm, Kilbarchan and Lochwinnoch. If you’d like a longer cycle, why not cycle or drive to one of these locations and access the path? To view the route map of the N75 around Inverclyde and Renfrewshire, click here


Killearn Play Park
The village of Killearn is an idyllic place for a wander. It’s beautiful wooden children’s playground, situated just behind the old Killearn Hotel, is a two minute walk from the cafe and has been proven to entertain our kids for hours on end! With a zip slide and plenty of space to run around, the park provides plenty of entertainment for kids of all ages.

Killearn Glen
The Glen is also a beautiful place for a family walk, although with a few uneven pathways and water underfoot, the walk is unsuitable for prams or wheelchairs and wellies are advised in wet weather! The main entrance to the Glen can be accessed via Beech Drive, which is a five minute walk from the cafe.


Testimonials from our previous Crafternoon Tea events –

“Just wanted to let you know that the Crafty Pancakes session at Quarriers was fab! The kids ranged in age from 3 to 12 and they all loved it! The girls were great with the kids- really attentive and enthusiastic about their creations. If we’re back down from Tobermory at Easter time, then we’ll definitely book another session!” – Kara (visited Quarriers Village Crafty Pancakes session)

“The kids and I enjoyed the Christmas Crafternoon Tea at Three Sisters Bake – highly recommend for next year” – Glasgow Mummy – blogger


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