Raising a cup to charity with a fund raising coffee morning for Macmillan at Guyhirn
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More than 100 people joined a Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee which was held at Play2Day in Guyhirn.
Manager Jon Britain said the event was a huge success and raised £750.
Seven Guyhirn School children helped by serving everyone with cakes and biscuits and were rewarded with a free Adventure Play Centre exclusive hire voucher in return for their work.
Mr Britain said: “Cakes were generously donated by the Children’s Charity committee, who do sterling work in raising money for local children in need. Also in attendance were representatives of MacMillan Cancer.
“Everyone enjoyed a perfect cup of coffee knowing they were helping change people’s lives.
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“Play2Day would like to thank the stall holders and local businesses for beautiful tombola prizes and in addition say a big thank you to all who supported our successful coffee morning.
“Play2Day is proud to support the local community.”
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The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan’s biggest fund raising event for people facing cancer.
Macmillan provide support to help people take back some control in their lives.
From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if you just want to talk.
Last year Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Mornings raised £25 million.