Annual Williamsburg Tea is steeped in tradition

Tea is served

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Photo by Will Parson

The Bishop’s School hosted its annual Colonial Williamsburg Christmas Tea on Dec. 3 with a performance by the school’s award-winning singers. The tea was sponsored by the Parents’ Association and held in Ellen Browning Scripps Hall.

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