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Virgin Balloon Flights Pour ‘Highest High Tea’ for Great Britain

Tea was poured, cupcakes were nibbled and classical music drifted through the air as we successfully hosted the ultimate tea party in the sky at 1300ft. Virgin Ballon Flights Tea Party in the Sky at Bristol Balloon Fiesta We organised the unique event – believed to be the highest open-air airborne tea party - to the celebrate the Great British summer at Bristol International Balloon Fiesta today. One of our huge Virgin balloons launched in a mass ascent with scores of others from Ashton Court – one of over our 100 UK locations for balloon rides - shortly after sunrise. We served sandwiches and cream cakes to the lucky guests on china crockery and they enjoyed Twinings tea and English sparkling wine as they floated along, while classical string music played in the bunting-clad basket. Virgin Balloon Flights Tea Party in the Sky Bristol Balloon Fiesta After an hour’s flight traveling south west of Bristol, Virgin Balloon Flights’ pilot Mark Simmons, of Atworth, near Bath, landed perfectly at a miniature airfield for radio controlled planes north of Yatton. Mark, who has been flying for 23 years and already holds the record for the highest concert in a balloon, said the flight could not have gone better.
He said: “Every balloon flight is an adventure and today it all came together to be one of the most amazing flights I’ve had. The views were spectacular, the tea party was a great success and the lovely passengers seemed to thoroughly enjoy it. “It was a unique and fitting way to celebrate this Great British summer,” he added.
The virgin balloon at Bristol Balloon Fiesta Karen Rowles, of Malmesbury, Wiltshire, won the flight for her and husband Alan in a competition on the Virgin Balloon Flights Facebook page. She said it was an unforgettable experience and had made her year.
“It was bizarre drinking tea, eating cake and having music in the background up there. It was great,” she added.
Another prize winner Richard Evans, of Langford, near Bristol, flew with wife Emma
He said: “It was really surreal and like nothing we’ve done before. It was certainly the most interesting cup of tea we’ve ever had.”
For more stories and pictures from the Virgin Balloon Flights Tea Party in the Sky plus news, offers and competitions visit www.facebook.com/virginballoonflights

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