Coffee morning charity campaign is off to a flyer

The MacMillan Coffee Morning fundraising team are back l-r Craig Fiddes, customer support assistant, Carol Nettleton, centre advisor, Yasmin McMath, cancer information support, Coffee Morning host Julia Cotterill, of Balby, Joanne O'Marr, MacMillan cancer information and support facilitator, Coffee Morning hosts Marion Brown and her husband Don, of Beckingham, and Sandra Blackman, of Bawtry Pheonix Theatre. Middle l-r are Doncaster comittee members - chairman Rosemary Taylor, 84, of Wheatley Hills, treasurer Frank Perks, 70, of Bessacarr, secretary Sue O'Brien, 55, of Scawthorpe, and South Yorkshire corporate cup winner Steve Patania. Front l-r are Rhianna Kerry, World's Biggest Coffee Morning intern, Steve Loane, area fundraising manager, and Amy Hebdon, local fundraising manager.  Picture: Liz Mockler D2856LM

The MacMillan Coffee Morning fundraising team are back l-r Craig Fiddes, customer support assistant, Carol Nettleton, centre advisor, Yasmin McMath, cancer information support, Coffee Morning host Julia Cotterill, of Balby, Joanne O'Marr, MacMillan cancer information and support facilitator, Coffee Morning hosts Marion Brown and her husband Don, of Beckingham, and Sandra Blackman, of Bawtry Pheonix Theatre. Middle l-r are Doncaster comittee members - chairman Rosemary Taylor, 84, of Wheatley Hills, treasurer Frank Perks, 70, of Bessacarr, secretary Sue O'Brien, 55, of Scawthorpe, and South Yorkshire corporate cup winner Steve Patania. Front l-r are Rhianna Kerry, World's Biggest Coffee Morning intern, Steve Loane, area fundraising manager, and Amy Hebdon, local fundraising manager. Picture: Liz Mockler D2856LM

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OUR campaign to encourage people to raise tens of thousands of pounds to help cancer patients across Doncaster has got off to a flying start.

Just a week after teaming up with Macmillan Cancer Support to get 200 people to sign up to the charity’s Woprld Biggest Coffee Morning that target has been reached with an amazing 239 pledging their support.

However, we still want more folk to sign up to take part in the event to ensure the fundraising target of £35,000 is reached and hopefully surpassed.

 

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