Coffee fun for a good cause

The Blue Room Hair and Beauty Salon of Clinton Place Seaford took part in the Macmillan Cancer Support Worlds Biggest Coffee morning with staff, customers, friends and families enjoying coffe and cakes in the salon. September 27th 2013 E40013P
The Blue Room Hair and Beauty Salon of Clinton Place Seaford took part in the Macmillan Cancer Support Worlds Biggest Coffee morning with staff, customers, friends and families enjoying coffe and cakes in the salon. September 27th 2013 E40013P
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Businesses across the town took part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday to raise valuable funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The Mayor and Mayoress of Eastbourne, Cllr Mike and Mrs Linda Thompson, were the first visitors to the Marina Guest House on Royal Parade as Alison and Dave Brachtvogel opened their doors to help the charity and raised £450.

The group are pictured with the Mayor and Mayoress’s chauffeur, Robert Ramsden.

The Blue Room Hair and Beauty Salon of Clinton Place, Seaford went all out and baked cupcakes, scones, cheese straws, rocky road and various other treats in their bid to raise money during an all-day-long coffee morning.

Bede’s Prepatory School did their bit to support the Macmillan Nurses by running a coffee and cake morning for pupils, parents and members of the public.

A group of Year 4 students acted as hosts for the day and the popular event raised more than £450.

Seaford Constitutional Club raised in the region of five to six hundred pounds at their coffee morning, which also featured a tombola. Club manager Tony Judd and Valerie Waller are pictured serving coffee and cake to Joy Edwards.