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Frampton Cotterell Parish Council. Macmillan Coffee Morning. £252 Raised! Macmillan Cancer Support.

Macmillan Coffee Morning – £252 Raised!

On Tuesday, we hosted a Macmillan Coffee Morning at The Brockeridge Centre to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

We had a brilliant turn out, and between drinks, cakes, raffle tickets, and donations, we were able to raise £252 for Macmillan!

We would like to thank everyone who came along and donated, and everyone who so kindly baked and donated the delicious cakes we sold at the event.

We would also like to thank those individuals and businesses who donated this year’s fantastic selection of Raffle Prizes:

  •  an MOT from Frampton Garage
  • massages from Beauty Plus and Leap Valley Massage
  •  £5 Voucher from Daisy Chain Deli
  •  Dog Goodies from Dapper Dogs
  • a Veg Box from the Mill Lane Allotments
  • and an assortment of other lovely prizes from private individuals.

Thank you to everyone involved for helping us raise £252 for Macmillan Support, and for helping us host a fantastic event!

Two tiered cake stand holding two layers of chocolate cupcakes with a generous amount of swirled chocolate icing sprinkled with white and dark brown topping, possibly chopped nuts. Top down view of a pearlescent white cake, decorated with white and yellow daisies. A plate of dark brown, rectangular brownies with biscuit pieces and purple swirls. The handwritten label reads, "Gluten Free Chocolate Tiffin". Two tiered plate of flapjacks. They are very thick with a generous layer of cream and warm brown frosting on top. The hand written label reads, "White chocolate and black cherry flapjack". A long table with many cakes, cupcakes, brownies, flapjacks etc. on it. A smiling person with shoulder length brown hair, glasses, and a white tshirt sits at the far end of a table covered in Raffle Prizes. There are several envelopes. a box which says "Marbled Creations", a box of Celebrations, some bottles, a box of vegetables, a box of biscuits, and various other bags and boxes less easily identifiable.