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Macmillan coffee morning

Cakes galore today at Macmillan coffee morning: Updated

Cakes and tea and coffee is running at Tenants Hall Enterprise Centre, Middleton, today until 2pm in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief. The cakes look and taste fabulous – pop in! It was organised by the folks at Connexions Targeted Support.         Updated Monday, 9.45am: The event was a successful one – it […]

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St Matthew's Community Centre Macmillan coffee morning

St Matthew's Macmillan coffee morning raises £650

St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck played host at a busy and well-supported coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. The event was organised by PCSO Claire Leech and raised £650. Holbeck community stalwart Ian Pickup said: “PCSO Clare has done a very good job on organizing this mornings event. A big thank you […]

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Have you planned your coffee crawl yet?

Don’t forget to put this one in your diary!

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World's Biggest Coffee Morning event in Holbeck

A community fundraising event is being held at St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck later this month. A World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support will feature live entertainment, raffles and prizes and refreshments. It’s been organised by PCSO Claire Leech of the Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team. [scribd id=105455373 key=key-spw73q3xpbuv6j88hwd mode=scroll]

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Help make Holbeck coffee morning a success

I have just had PCSO Claire Leech round and was in need of so help in organising a coffee morning at St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck on Friday 28th September, writes Ian Pickup. Her idea is to link in with the nationwide Macmillan Cancer Support ‘Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning’ event. Our local event will start […]

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Support a 'day for Kay' at Middleton Railway

Very few of us have not lost a family member or a friend to cancer and so many of us have reasons to be grateful to Macmillan Nurses for their care and support, writes Andrew Gill of Middleton Railway Trust. In special memory of Kay, the daughter of one of our working members, we are organising […]

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