Fundraising for Macmillan all over South Holland

Gosberton House care home
Gosberton House care home
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People all over South Holland drank coffee and ate cakes this morning as part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Among the many events, Pygott and Crone held a coffee morning at their Bridge Street office in Spalding, from left: Martin Whitehead, Alison King, Katrina Gilbert, Nicky Latter and Lewis Brooks. (SG250915-119TW)

St Mary's Church, Whaplode

St Mary's Church, Whaplode

There were cups of cheer at Deepings Bowling Association in Deeping St James, from left: Pearl O’Brien, Barbara Barmby, Sue Watkins, Pat Collicott and Betty Windsor. (SG250915-113TW)

Staff served coffee and cakes to residents at Gosberton House Care Home on Tuesday. (SSG220915-107TW)

On the same day there was a Macmillan tea party at St Mary’s Church in Whaplode. Pictured are Barbara Thornton, Bert White and Shirley White, who sold cakes and coffee. (SG220915-125TW)

Janice Shelton is pictured with sweetie cakes at Spalding’s Johnson Hospital, where there was also a charity raffle. (SG250915-118TW)

Fleet Baptist Church

Fleet Baptist Church

Tea and coffee were served with bric-a-brac china at Crowland Abbey, from left: Pauline oakley, Eileen Smith, Margaret Mackey and Lynne Anderson. (SG250915-112TW)

The ladies at Fleet Baptist Church were also fundraising, from left: Margaret Elston, Joyce Waterfall, Sue Taylor and Sandra Carter. (SG250915-100TW)

Finally. coffee and cakes were served all day at Morriss and Mennie estate agents in Bridge Street, Spalding. Holding the goodies in our picture are Donna Morris and Jordan Pleyer. (SG250915-128TW)

Crowland Abbey

Crowland Abbey

Deepings Bowling Association

Deepings Bowling Association

Johnson Hospital

Johnson Hospital

Pygott and Crone

Pygott and Crone

Morriss & Mennie

Morriss & Mennie