MORE Citizen readers have come forward with events for this year’s Macmillan Cancer Support World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday September 30.
Added to the list from last week are: Pat Hart is hosting an event at Wimblington Parish Hall from 10am to 11.30am; Mother and daughter Janet Greenall and Joanna Johnson are welcoming people from 10am to 1pm to Greenland at 176 High Road, Gorefield, for refreshments, cakes and a raffle; Play2Day at Guyhirn is hosting coffee, stalls including jewellery and handbags and a raffle from 10am to noon; Bob and Shirley Bell are hosting an event in Murrow Village Hall, from 10am to noon, with refreshments, raffle, tombola and bric-a-brac stall; Jean Garner and family hold their event at the Post Office, Chapelgate, Sutton St James, from 9am to noon with a cake stall and raffle; Sally Elmer is hosting an event at her home at 145 Croft Road, Upwell, which will include a tombola, raffle, stalls and a special cash prize balloon launch to celebrate 100 years of Macmillan; Tessa’s Unisex Hair Salon at 11A New Street, Doddington, has coffee and cakes from 8.30am to 7pm; the Nationwide Building Society, at 26 Market Place, Wisbech, has coffee, cakes and a raffle from 9.30am to noon.
The Wisbech Macmillan Group holds its coffee morning on a different date, Wednesday September 28 from 10am to 4pm at Legge-Bourke Court, Chapnall Close, Walsoken, with various stalls.
Top To Toe at Hill Street, Wisbech, is holding its first ever ‘Bake Off’ for Macmillan on October 1 (as well as a coffee morning on Friday September 30).
The Bake Off is a cake competition with the categories Cute Cupcakes or Marvellous Muffins for ages under 18 and over 18s. Winners and runners-up receive fish pedicures, hair treatments and other prizes. The judging is at noon.