Get ready for the World's Biggest Coffee Morning

KETTLES will be chugging merrily in communities across North Devon on Friday as the annual Macmillan World s Biggest Coffee Morning returns. At village halls, private homes, caf�s and all manner of venues, people will be hosting a cup of coffee and perhap

KETTLES will be chugging merrily in communities across North Devon on Friday as the annual Macmillan World's Biggest Coffee Morning returns.

At village halls, private homes, caf�s and all manner of venues, people will be hosting a cup of coffee and perhaps a cake or two to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Most are on Friday although some take place on other days.

Last year more than 45,000 people held events across the country and raised some �7.5 million for the charity.

There is no need to look too far to find a coffee morning near you: In Combe Martin, the Senior Citizens will be hosting one at the Community Centre from 10.30am-12.30pm, with all welcome.


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The village Bowling Club members will be holding their own coffee morning from 10am-12 noon.

West Down Women's Institute is hosting a coffee morning at West Down Parish Hall from 10am.

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The Old Schoolroom Craft Gallery at Lee, near Ilfracombe will be serving from 10.30am on Saturday.

In Barnstaple, Frank Marsh Stores will be serving from 10am, Kafe Karumba from 9am, while Pam's Coffee Morning is at Rose Lane from 9.

Mary and Fred Blight will be hosting one at their Bell Tower House in Appledore from 10.30-12.30, with home made cakes and raffle.

Hatchmoor Nursing Home, Torrington, welcomes all from 10.30-12.30, as does Chulmleigh Town Hall, from 9-11.30am, with a variety of stalls and cakes on offer too.

To find out more, go to www.macmillan.org.uk or click on our link below to find an event near you.

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