Cups clink for Macmillan in North Devon

Chivenor Families Community Project hosted a Macmilland coffee morning at the base chapel. Pictured

Chivenor Families Community Project hosted a Macmilland coffee morning at the base chapel. Pictured are Chivenor wives Ashley Offers, Sarah Sheppard and Tracey Hutton. - Credit: Archant

World’s Biggest Coffee Morning returns with hot beverages, cakes and fund raising galore across the region.

Ilfracombe Foodservice hosted a World's Biggest Coffee Morning event at its Mullacott depot, organis

Ilfracombe Foodservice hosted a World's Biggest Coffee Morning event at its Mullacott depot, organised by Charley Prentice, pictured here, with support from local companies including Swiss Cottage, Ilfracombe, Millers Bistro, Porlock and The Unicorn Hotel, Somerset. - Credit: Archant

THE slurp of beverages and clink of cups returned to North Devon with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan.

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On Friday and Saturday, community groups, friends, businesses, individuals, school and organisations all mustered the coffee mugs to take part in the annual nationwide fund raiser for the cancer support charity.

These included Ilfracombe Foodservice, which raised £151, while sheltered housing tenants at Ethelwynne Brown Close in Bideford raised £300.

The ladies of the Chivenor Families Community Project held an event in the chapel next to RMB Chivenor, and staff at Let’s Go Superbowl in Barnstaple also set up the coffee and cakes.


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Tell us about your World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event, send your pictures to newsdesk@northdevongazette.co.uk and we can add them to our online picture gallery.

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