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Alive Leisure Lynnsport staff hoping for Déjà brew

PUBLISHED: 15:03 28 September 2018 | UPDATED: 16:44 28 September 2018

Organisers and Bar & Catering assistant’s at Lynnsport, Sally Bush, 53 and Sally Parker 44. Photo:Emily Prince

Organisers and Bar & Catering assistant's at Lynnsport, Sally Bush, 53 and Sally Parker 44. Photo:Emily Prince

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There was all the more reason for people to enjoy their coffee and tea yesterday morning, as hundreds of people helped raise funds to fight cancer.

Vistors Mary Bush, 24 and Bear Barnes 3 with their decorate cupcakes Photo:Emily PrinceVistors Mary Bush, 24 and Bear Barnes 3 with their decorate cupcakes Photo:Emily Prince

Macmillan’s biggest coffee morning was back and at Lynnsport, King’s Lynn, staff were hoping to top last years £500 total.

Visitor Cameron Quinn, 22, from King’s Lynn, said: “It’s so important that we have Macmillan coffee mornings. My mum had cancer twice, 15 years ago and 20 years ago, so it’s really good to raise awareness and get everyone to raise money.”

Meanwhile, Lowestoft Town Council celebrated its official office opening with an event.

A trolly of cakes and baked goods along with tea and coffee welcomed the public on Friday morning.

Prizes on offer at the Lynnsport Macmilan raffle. Photo:Emily PrincePrizes on offer at the Lynnsport Macmilan raffle. Photo:Emily Prince

Shona Bendix, clerk for the town council, said: “We wanted to combine the public meeting our councillors and seeing out new offices with something that’s charitable, so we’re delighted to be supporting Macmillan nurses and the wonderful services they deliver.”

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