“We have raised almost £200, which is fantastic”.
Vicky Haslam helped organise a coffee morning at Tesco’s, Little Lever, between 10am-2pm on Saturday, Septemebr 26. The town hosted a number of events with one of the largest at Otley Cricket Club, where Bramhope resident Sarah Smith had once again organised a feast of refreshments and cakes, along with a prize raffle, for the cause. The winning cake was made by Mrs Clare Pennington who crafted a cake in the shape of a cup of coffee complete with teaspoon and biscuits.
Builders’ merchant Travis Perkins, on Pocklington’s Station Road, raised £131.15 at its coffee morning on Friday.
“I would also like to say a big thank you for everyone’s support of our Godiva Day with the Godiva Sisters”. Approximately £500 has been raised so far and there is more to come in.
And staff from Sainsbury’s supermarket in Amblecote are getting set to hold their coffee morning for Macmillan on Friday October 2 from 9am to 1.30pm in the supermarket foyer. Since it began in 1991, Macmillan the event has raised over £139m from the fundraiser – the biggest of its kind in the UK.
Otley’s Town Mayor dropped in to support a fundraising table top sale.
Today we are delighted to publish even more of your Macmillan coffee morning pictures – from a week when thousands of pounds was raised by people hosting and supporting the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in bars, businesses, coffee shops and community centres across Southport and West Lancashire.