Wednesday, 05 September 2012 20:51

The Mercury - Talk, tea and Music

Fine china, high tea and stimulating conversation - Claire Newton has launched a fresh new concept of bringing people together over cups of tea and plates of treats to enjoy an enlightening, interesting and inspiring talk.
Newton's first talk at Durban's St James on Venice Boutique Hotel in Morningside, was on the art of conversation.
The second in the series is set for 10am to noon tomorrow at the hotel. The topic is: "YOU-Q:Finding Your Inner Winner".
Newton's thought-provoking presentation will be followed by a morning high tea, against a backdrop of light music from pianist Peter Enslin.
"MY goal is to inspire people to make the changes necessary to live the life of their dreams," says Newton.
To book call Sunet Pringle at 031 312 9488.
Tickets cost R150 each, all inclusive.