What is Coffee Morning?

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The World's Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan Cancer Support's biggest fundraising event. They ask people across the UK — and sometimes further afield — to hold a coffee morning, where donations on the day are made to Macmillan. In 2012 115,000 people signed up to coffee morning, raising a record £15 million
Tarvin has an event at the Methodist Church starting at 1000- so why not come along for coffee and cake.

What's it all for?


Cancer is the toughest fight most of us will ever face. No matter how simple or fancy you make your coffee morning, you'll be raising money to make sure everyone has a Macmillan team in their corner; from diagnosis, through treatment, and afterwards. That way, no one will have to face cancer alone.

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