Kin­tyre raises a cup to World’s Big­gest Cof­fee Morn­ing

Campbeltown Courier - - NEWS -

The Camp­bel­town branch of Macmil­lan Can­cer Sup­port’s fundrais­ing team kick-started the char­ity’s World’s Big­gest Cof­fee Morn­ing cam­paign in Kin­tyre. The ladies, who reg­u­larly hold events to raise funds for the char­ity which pro­vides spe­cial­ist health care, in­for­ma­tion and fi­nan­cial sup­port to peo­ple af­fected by can­cer, wel­comed guests to Kirk Street Hall on Satur­day. The raf­fle, bak­ing, tombola and mer­chan­dise stalls were kept busy by the con­stant flow of vis­i­tors as vol­un­teers rushed around in the kitchen pour­ing tea and cof­fee and keep­ing plates of bis­cuits topped up. The fundraiser, which made al­most £800, was one in a se­ries of events across the UK held on or around Septem­ber 28 in aid of the char­i­ties World’s Big­gest Cof­fee Morn­ing cam­paign. Join­ing in and host­ing their own events, the Camp­bel­town Courier will be sell­ing fil­tered cof­fee and home bak­ing to­day (Fri­day) from 10am, and Glen­barr Stores has a bake sale next Thurs­day, Septem­ber 27, from 9am un­til noon.


Sis­ters Morag John­ston and Katie MacK­in­non en­joyed a cuppa.


Va­lerie Gra­ham, Wilma Steven­son, Janice Mc­shan­non and Sheena Ram­say work­ing hard in the kitchen.


Three-year-old El­lie Robertson ‘per­suades’ her re­luc­tant brother, Lewis, five, to smile for the cam­era.

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