Getting involved with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

The Mary Bassett Lower School year two pupils organised a coffee morning
The Mary Bassett Lower School year two pupils organised a coffee morning
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Schools and local businesses across the town got involved with Macmillan’s biggest coffee morning on Friday, September 26.

Year Two pupils from The Mary Bassett Lower School raised nearly £100 by serving cakes and biscuits and they decorated the tables with school-made paper flowers.

Ladies enjoying a coffee at the Macmillan coffee morning at Adrian marsh school of dance

Ladies enjoying a coffee at the Macmillan coffee morning at Adrian marsh school of dance

Deborah Pargeter, headteacher, said: “This is a really good cause and it is now the third year that the year two classes organise the event.

“They arranged a happy, bright and delicious display and the hall was buzzing for almost an hour. Everyone was very generous with their donations.’

Adrian Marsh School Of Dance also hosted a coffee morning at Wing village hall and raised £170.79.

They provided line dancing, coffee, tea and cakes for their guests, who got involved with some line dancing.

Linzi Marie Cake Supplies, in Leighton Buzzard garden centre, raised £238.61 at their coffee morning on Friday, September 26.

A spokesperson for the store said: “All the businesses within the garden centre, got involved and provided raffle prizes from their own shops, helping to make the day great and very memorable. Thank you everyone for your support.”

All money raised by the events goes to Macmillan Cancer Support.