Cakes at the Curlew: Sutton Bridge centre holds its first coffee morning for Macmillan Cancer Support

PUBLISHED: 16:47 28 September 2012

Alan and Helen Barber, from the Sutton Bridge Community Centre Fund, at The Curlew Centre's first Macmillan coffee morning.

Alan and Helen Barber, from the Sutton Bridge Community Centre Fund, at The Curlew Centre's first Macmillan coffee morning.

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RESIDENTS donated home-made cakes as The Curlew Centre, in Sutton Bridge, held its first coffee morning for Macmillan Cancer Support today.

The newly-opened centre welcomed visitors for coffee and cake as part of Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning fund-raiser.

The event raised £55 for the charity, which helps cancer sufferers and their families.

Alan Barber, from the Sutton Bridge Community Centre Fund, said “As The Curlew Centre is newly-opened, this was the first year we have been able to host a Macmillan coffee morning but we are looking forward to making this an annual event as it’s such a great cause.”

Volunteer Linda Robinson holds a coffee morning every Friday between 9.30-11.30am in the Diamond Hall at the centre. The event is free but all donations go the upkeep of the centre.

To help out contact 01406 351122 or for more information on The Curlew Centre visit www.thecurlewcentre.co.uk


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