Very good morn­ing for char­ity

Macmil­lan’s cof­fee boost

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS - By Serena Sa­muel ed­i­to­ri­aluxbridge@trin­i­tysouth.co.uk

FUNDRAIS­ERS backed the World’s Big­gest Cof­fee Morn­ing in aid of the Macmil­lan Can­cer Support char­ity by putting on a brew.

Henry Paul Fu­neral Direc­tors, of Vic­to­ria Road, Ruis­lip, in­vited mem­bers of the pub­lic, past clients and lo­cal re­li­gious lead­ers to en­joy a hot drink on Fri­day last week, all for a good cause.

In to­tal, £103 will be do­nated to Macmil­lan.

Pamela Wise, fu­neral di­rec­tor, said: “We had a great turnout on the day and we would like to thanks the lo­cal com­mu­nity for their gen­eros­ity and for help­ing us to support Macmil­lan and all the valu­able work they do.”

Many car­ing res­i­dents, col­leagues and mem­bers of the com­mu­nity of Eastcote also clinked cups for the World’s Big­gest Cof­fee Morn­ing at Home In­stead Se­nior Care Cen­tre, in Field End Road.

The event man­aged to raise £214 and the for­mer mayor of Hilling­don Al­lan Kauff­man and his wife Lynne at­tended to draw the raf­fle.

St Matthew’s CofE Pri­mary School, in High Street, Yiewsley, also held a fundrais­ing event in the school hall.

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