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Coffee morning at Butters Factory Shop, Spalding, raises £450 for Macmillan Cancer Support




Fundraisers for Macmillan Cancer Support in Spalding and Holbeach held a charity coffee morning at Butters Factory Shop in Low Fulney, Spalding.

Members of the charity's fundraising committee for the area, helped by volunteer Mandy Abbott, raised £450 by selling home-made sausage rolls, cakes and mince pies to customers and staff.

Fundraisers for Macmillan Cancer Support in Spalding and Holbeach host a coffee morning at Butters Factory Shop, Low Fulney, Spalding, with (from left) Louise Sharman, Mandy Abbott, Laurence Singleton, Andrea Kovacs, Jenny Newhouse, Carolyn Naylor and Catherine Stone.Photo by Tim Wilson.SG-231118-002TW.
Fundraisers for Macmillan Cancer Support in Spalding and Holbeach host a coffee morning at Butters Factory Shop, Low Fulney, Spalding, with (from left) Louise Sharman, Mandy Abbott, Laurence Singleton, Andrea Kovacs, Jenny Newhouse, Carolyn Naylor and Catherine Stone.Photo by Tim Wilson.SG-231118-002TW.

Catherine Stone (pictured right), fundraising committee chairman, said: "Butters have been really supportive over the years and have allowed us to hold our coffee mornings there for at least three years.


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