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Macmillan Cancer Coffee mornings across Borehamwood
Green and white cupcakes bearing the Macmillan logo were sold across Borehamwood today for the ‘biggest coffee morning in the world’.
Schools, shops and organisations from across the village took part in the event to raise thousands of pounds for the cancer charity.
Metrobank, in Theobold Street, Borehamwood, was turned into a coffee and cake shop as members of the Elstree & Borehamwood rotary club pitched in to help.
Rotarians made sponge cakes, cream cakes and cupcakes for the event, which they have supported for the last three years Metrobank’s coffee morning made £26, with the raffle draw making £174.
David Clout, of Watling Knoll, Radlett, said: “I’m grateful to everyone who helped out. It was a good morning for those who supported it.
“I want to thank all the people who helped bake cakes. I hope other coffee mornings in the area had a successful day.
“It’s important we support Macmillan as the charity provides vital care and support to people affected by cancer. Events like these are a great way to give back.”
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