Doncaster residents raise £90,000 at World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Sarah Herrington and Doreen Dewe, pictured on the cake stall.  Picture: Marie Caley D1028MC
Sarah Herrington and Doreen Dewe, pictured on the cake stall. Picture: Marie Caley D1028MC
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Residents in Doncaster raised a record breaking £90,000 at this year’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event for Macmillan Cancer.

Doncaster business owner Steve Patania, of Esquires Coffee House Wheatley, won this year’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Trophy for the third year running after raising over £3,000.

Local fundraising manager, Amy Hebdon commented, “I’m absolutely thrilled and extremely proud of the Doncaster community. Last year we raised a whopping £60,000 across Doncaster and we were hoping to beat it this year but I can’t believe we’ve beaten it by £30,000!”

She added, “I really can’t say thank you enough to everyone who helped support coffee morning – the people who help organise a coffee morning, the people who attend their local coffee morning and the people who help donate raffle prizes etc. Without these wonderful people, we wouldn’t be able to raise such an incredible amount. Sadly the number of people being diagnosed with cancer is increasing every year and that means Macmillan’s support for people living with cancer is in more demand than ever”.

If you still have some coffee morning money, it’s not too late to pay it in. Either take your money to your local Natwest with your paying in slip or call us on 0845 602 1246.