Very good morning for charity
Macmillan’s coffee boost
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.