March coffee shop Paninis hopes charity raffle will give Little Miracles a big fundraising boost

PUBLISHED: 11:50 06 December 2016 | UPDATED: 11:50 06 December 2016

Paninis Coffee Shop in March is raising money for Little Miracles through a charity raffle.

Paninis Coffee Shop in March is raising money for Little Miracles through a charity raffle.

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A coffee shop in March has teamed up with a local charity to try and raise some festive cheer this Christmas.

Paninis Coffe Shop, March.Paninis Coffe Shop, March.

Paninis, on Market Place, is holding a charity raffle to raise funds for the charity, which supports families that have children with additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions across Cambridgeshire.

Barty Alichper, Paninis owner, said: “One of my friends is involved with Little Miracles and it’s a local charity so is a good cause.

“We’ve raised around £40 so far but we want to make more!”

Tickets can be bought from the shop for £1 a strip and the draw takes place on Friday December 23 at 3pm, where the lucky winner will take home two giant cuddly toys.


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