Leweston School proudly supported Macmillan’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ by organising a coffee morning at the Junior Department and cake sale at the Senior School. The pupils donated a great variety of delicious cakes and other treats all of which were too tempting to resist as they were sold and enjoyed equally as quickly. The school is delighted that their baking efforts raised over £300 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Chilton Cantelo School’s catering team, Thomas Franks, put on a morning of games, quizzes, coffee, cake and a prize draw for a special cake to raise £300 for Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning last Friday. The school’s Merlin Café was filled with pupils, parents, staff and school friends making donations towards the charity. The raffle prize was a magnificently detailed and elaborate cake made by hand by Mrs Neville who regularly makes cakes like this for the school. The cake draw winner was Mrs Roberts, school receptionist.
Residents living in the same town in which the Macmillan Cancer Support charity was first established in 1911 have raised £500 by taking part in The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning*, a fundraising initiative held in the last week of September each year. Yarlington retirement living resident, Denys Ryalls, of Millbrook Gardens in Castle Cary, decided to hold a Macmillan coffee morning to raise funds after benefitting from the support and services offered by the charity when her son was diagnosed with cancer. Full story: Read more