Posted 27/08/19

Anyone for cake?

Macmillan coffee morning – Thursday 3rd October 2019

In 1911, a young man named Douglas Macmillan watched his father die of cancer. His father’s pain and suffering moved Douglas so much, he founded the Society for the Prevention and Relief of Cancer. 

Douglas wanted advice and information to be provided to all people with cancer, homes for patients at low or no cost, and voluntary nurses to attend to patients in their own homes. Today much of Douglas’s legacy lives on. We’ve continually adapted the support we offer to ensure it’s right for people today, and will be right in the future too. Our determination to continually improve the experience of cancer is something that will never waver.

Macmillian help 1000’s of Cancer suffers and their families. They take the time to understand you as a person, so that they can provide the support, tools and inspiration you need to find your best way through. They do it like this because they understand everyone’s cancer journey is unique. The support and effort they go to with cancer patients is phenomenal and we are privileged to support them.

As always there will be a Tombola, Games, Tea, Coffee and of course CAKE! So why not come along and once again help this wonderful cause!

We are now accepting donations for the tombola (Please no food or used items!)

We will also be running the official Macmillian game of “Guessing how many berries are in the pie!”, from Monday 2nd of September until the BIG day!

So please dig deep, come along and enjoy coffee and cake and at the same time give to this amazing charity!