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Coffee for charity

By Cornish Guardian  |  Posted: October 02, 2013

  • ALL SMILES: Above, Lyn Biddick, Jean Ferrett and Elaine Kinslow, in a busy kitchen at the Boscastle home of Lyn and Malcolm Biddick. Right, at the Brendon Arms, Bude, are Janine Everett, Martin Furse, Sarah Jose and Kensa Hooper.

  • CAKES: Gloria Quinlen and Marion Ferrett, who were in charge of the cake stall, showing just a couple of the delicious items for sale at Boscastle.

  • BUDE: Pictured from left raising money for Macmillan at the Brendon Arms in Bude are Janine Everett, Martin Furse, Sarah Jose and Kensa Hooper.

  • LAUNCESTON: From left at launceston branch of Nat West raising money for Macmillan are Steve Treeby, Ben Pountney (Manager), Faye Hawkins and Sarah Clatworthy.

  • DOGS: Enjoying a lovely sunny, warm morning and supporting the Macmillan cause outsie the WI Hall at Tintagel are Pat Marden with her dog Bertie, Jackie Marden with her dog Humbug and Donna Pearse.

  • TINTAGEL: Organising the kitchen at Tintagel are, left to right, Zoe Ansell, Elizabeth Brown, Joyce Brown and Roma Brown.

  • TRESMEER: A coffee morning was held at Tresmeer village hall on Saturday for Macmillan. Pictured from left are organiser Julie Walters and helpers Phyllis Prout, Mary Small, Sheila Cottingham and Moira Wilding.

  • COFFEE COLLECTION: Above, Mel Vercoe, Jo Bluett, Sarah Barrett and Jane Sadler at St John's Church, Delabole. Right, Raising cash at the Launceston branch of Natwest are Steve Treeby, Ben Pountney, Faye Hawkins and Sarah Clatworthy. Top left, Julie Walters, Phyllis Prout, Mary Small, Sheila Cottingham and Moira Wilding at Tresmeer Village Hall. Centre left, Sylvia Mewton and Pat Harris at St Teath. Bottom left, Zoe Ansell, Elizabeth Brown, Joyce Brown and Roma Brown at Tintagel.

  • SMILES: Enjoying a cuppa at the St Teath Macmillan Cancer Support morning are Sylvia Mewton and Pat Harris

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PEOPLE in North Cornwall were among those throughout the country who drank coffee for charity on Friday.

They were taking part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, a charity which helps people from diagnosis to treatment.

As well as a cup of coffee, events in our area offered a slice of cake or an iced bun, and Cornish Guardian photographers David Flower, Paul Hamlyn and Adrian Jasper travelled around the North Cornwall area, from Bude to St Teath to picture the coffee makers and their customers.

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