Macmillan coffee morning: Southrepps
- Credit: Archant
There was a large queue waiting for the doors to open at the Village Hall in Southrepps for the Macmillan Coffee Morning.
The organisers Sue, Suzanne and Zena had only 30 minutes between the Pilates class finishing to the start of their fundraiser to transform the hall into their Macmillan Coffee Shop, with cakes, bric a brac, competitions and a raffle.
One of the organisers Sue Stephens said: 'Last year I organised the coffee morning in my home and was delighted to make over £200. This year we decided to take over the Village Hall and had already taken that amount before the doors opened.'
By 12.30 they were well into their fourth book of raffle tickets and with another two hours to go were hoping to smash last year's total.
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