Ad­ver­tiser Life Morn­ing raises cash and spir­its

Ormskirk Advertiser - - Martin Mere -

PEO­PLE at venues across South­port and West Lan­cashire shared a cuppa as they cel­e­brated the World’s Big­gest Cof­fee Morn­ing.

The huge an­nual fundrais­ing event for Macmil­lan Cancer Sup­port saw peo­ple across the area tuck­ing into some de­li­cious home­made cakes and other treats.

Peo­ple hosted cof­fee morn­ings in their homes, in pubs, in shops, in hair­dressers, and in other lo­cal busi­nesses too.

A spokesman for Macmil­lan Cancer Sup­port said: “Peo­ple have been catch­ing up over a cuppa and en­joy­ing some gor­geous treats.

“The more money peo­ple raise at their cof­fee morn­ing the more it will help us to make sure no-one has to face cancer alone.

“There are now 2.5m peo­ple in the UK liv­ing with cancer.

“By 2030, it will be 4m peo­ple, and we want to be there for them all.

“One in three of us will get cancer, and it will be one of the tough­est things we’ll ever have to face.”

Left and above, Sephora nails and beauty in Ains­dale raised an im­pres­sive £202.85. This cake won Best Baker and was made by a client Be­low, Ged, Mel, Mal, Rovena, John and Dom from Har­bour bar and restau­rant in Ains­dale

Birk­dale High School raised an im­pres­sive £320 on the day

Above, Ar­gyle Ten­nis Club al­ways sup­port Macmil­lan. They had a lovely morn­ing rais­ing £340

Stan­ley High School held a cake sale, above, plus the Great Stan­ley Bake Off along with a raf­fle for a cake baked by a stu­dent. The £550 raised beat last year’s to­tal

Right, a yummy car­rot cake at Maxwell Hodge in Maghull, who raised £112

Louise and Alan Sed­don (wear­ing aprons) with their fam­ily at their sec­ond an­nual cof­fee morn­ing at home in Liver­pool Road, Ains­dale

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