SLIDESHOW: Macmillan coffee morning causes a stir

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Residents across the region raised a mug for Macmillan Cancer Support and generated a boat load of cash in the process.

The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning caused quite a stir as hundreds stuck the kettle on and got involved.

L-r Chanpreet Duhra, ten, Gail Cooper Senior Mid-day supervisor, Jayden Peacock, ten, Tracy Hand, Friends of Chairman, Sophie Diggles, ten, Sue Scott, Senior general kitchen assistant, Maureen Cunningham, Foundation Governor and Marco Gismondi, ten, pictured during Our Lady of Perpetual Help primary schools Macmillan Coffee morning. Picture: Marie Caley D5571MC

L-r Chanpreet Duhra, ten, Gail Cooper Senior Mid-day supervisor, Jayden Peacock, ten, Tracy Hand, Friends of Chairman, Sophie Diggles, ten, Sue Scott, Senior general kitchen assistant, Maureen Cunningham, Foundation Governor and Marco Gismondi, ten, pictured during Our Lady of Perpetual Help primary schools Macmillan Coffee morning. Picture: Marie Caley D5571MC

Amy Hebdon, fundraising manager for the region, said: “If you haven’t paid your money in yet, you can do so by using your paying in slip from your coffee morning pack and pay the money in directly at a Natwest branch. We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who supported us this year.”

Photos: Marie Caley, Tony Saxton, Malcolm Billingham