Posted: September 2015
Fancy a coffee, a chat and support of a good cause? Then come along to our coffee bar on Friday 2nd October between 10am and 12noon. We are once again taking part in Macmillan cancer relief's 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning', but due to a funeral on September 25th, we are going to have ours a week later.Last year the event raised £25,102,796. Macmillan say that one in three of us will face cancer. Money raised from these coffee mornings will help to make sure that no one has to face it alone. So sorry about the date change but we still look forward to welcoming you.
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