To celebrate Hallowe’en, us ingenious types at Heavens Above encouraged local children to design a “Terrifying Tea” in our scary, food-based competition. The winner of each category, primary and secondary, enjoyed the afternoon tea of their creation with their families on Hallowe’en itself, with their menus also available to other diners.
Reilly White (P4) impressed the judges with her spooktacular menu which included petrifying pumpkin soup and cursed cheese spider with scary carrot legs.
Emma Davel (S4) was the hands down winner of the secondary category as her submission included photos of her gruesome creations, such as a handwich, creepy meringues and a brownie web.
With lots of kids entering and the lucky winners having a fantastic time on Hallowe’en, the competition was a huge success and testament to Heavens Above‘s reputation as an innovative small business at the heart of Milnathort’s community.