Four generations enjoy a cuppa in Balby

Four family generations of coffee drinkers raising money for charity.  Back l/r Abigail Hudson (16) from Intake, Emma Quinn (40) from Intake, Eileen Hollingsworth (66) from Wheatley Hills.  Front Peggy Lindsay (86) from Wheatley Hills.  Picture: Malcolm Billingham
Four family generations of coffee drinkers raising money for charity. Back l/r Abigail Hudson (16) from Intake, Emma Quinn (40) from Intake, Eileen Hollingsworth (66) from Wheatley Hills. Front Peggy Lindsay (86) from Wheatley Hills. Picture: Malcolm Billingham
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Four generations of coffee and cake fans will raise money by hosting a Macmillan Coffee Morning on September 27.

Four generations of coffee and cake fans will raise money by hosting a Macmillan Coffee Morning on September 27.

Emma Quinn, 40, back row centre, will hold the event at her Balby dress agency, A Change of A Dress, from 10am onwards with her daughter Abigail Hudson, 16, mum Eileen Hollingsworth, 66, and grandmother Peggy Lindsay, 86.

Emma said: “My mum has recovered from breast cancer and my grandad died of cancer so it’s a cause that’s very close to my heart.

“We’ll have sandwiches, cake, coffee and tea and there will be a raffle too.”