Easton and Otley College bake cakes for charity’s ‘world’s biggest coffee morning’
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A Norfolk college has backed a national campaign to raise more than £130 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Students and staff from the Norfolk campus of Easton and Otley College baked cakes in preparation for the charity's 'world's biggest coffee morning'.
College spokesperson, John Nice, said: 'As a college we do a great deal of work for charity at both of our campuses.
'From my point of view, Macmillan Cancer Support is an important charity because of the unseen care and support they offer so many people in need.'
'Thanks to the popularity of the Great British Bake Off it was quite easy to encourage colleagues to get involved.'
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The event, held in September, raised £136.78. The Suffolk campus also took part and raised £63.78 making a total of £200.56.
Macmillan's coffee mornings are the charity's biggest fundraising event. Last year around £29.5m was raised.
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