Afternoon Tea is a tea-related ritual, introduced in Britain in the early 1840s. It evolved as a mini meal to stem the hunger and anticipation of an evening meal at 8pm. Afternoon Tea is a meal composed of sandwiches (usually cut delicately into ‘fingers’), scones with clotted cream and jam, sweet pastries and cakes. Broadmead does not need an excuse to have an afternoon tea. Rresidents thoroughly enjoy an afternoon in the garden with tea and scones clotted cream and jam. These handmade scones are enjoy by all.