The Big Tea Cosy 2018 Get cosy this March Host a tea party to support people affected by breast cancer. Home Sign up now for 2019 Contact us Shop Big Tea Cosy supporters and celebrities The support for this year's Tea Cosy has been nothing short of overwhelming. We've teamed up with all sorts of exciting companies and individuals to bring you the cosiest March ever. Corporate Supporters Once again, we are teaming up with our friends at LoveKnitting.com to bring you another special knitting-themed tea cosy. KitchenAid have generously donated the grand Tea Cosy competition prize this year, a state of the art mixer. Celebrity Support Frances Quinn Winner of The Great British Bake Off in 2013, Frances Quinn first got involved with The Big Tea Cosy during our 2016 campaign. For 2018, Frances is will be helping us to promote the campaign as well as being in attendance of our knitting workshop and London tea cosy event. Check out her delicious Strawberry Shortcake recipe. Jane Devonshire Since winning MasterChef in 2016, Jane has challenged herself even further by working with several amazing chefs including Marcus Wareing, Atul Kochher, Jason Atherton, Michel Roux and Michael O’Hare. Jane has presented at numerous Food & Drink Shows including BBC Good Food Show, Foodies, Ideal Home and many others. Her travels have taken her around the UK, and she has loved every minute of presenting her recipes and chatting to people about food. She is in the process of writing her first book based on hassle free gluten free recipes – her Cherry and Almond Polenta Cake recipe is a great one to try out. Ellie Simmonds Ellie is a world-record smashing, gold medal winning swimming machine. Amongst her many sporting achievements she has competed for Team GB in the Paralympics in Beijing, London and Rio, bringing home eight medals in total. When Ellie isn’t swimming she loves to bake. Ellie is supporting Breast Cancer Haven’s Big Tea Cosy Campaign by sharing with us one of her favourite healthy recipes, Totally Oaty Cookies, go check it out on our recipes page. Danny Care Danny’s pace and invention have made him one of the most dangerous operators in world rugby and he has been a regular on the international stage since making his breakthrough in 2008. Danny is an incredible supporter of Breast Cancer Haven and has chosen to help raise money for us during his testimonial year. Playing Scrum Half for England and Harlequins certainly works up an appetite. So if you are looking for a healthy and tasty snack to satisfy your hunger, why not try out Danny’s flapjack recipe.