School’s coffee fund-raiser

Cotswold Journal: Some of the year four and five children, from left, Eva Markham, Emma Newman, Izzy Hornblow, Elysia Henly, Emma Spiers, Grace Smith and Jasmine Hanley Some of the year four and five children, from left, Eva Markham, Emma Newman, Izzy Hornblow, Elysia Henly, Emma Spiers, Grace Smith and Jasmine Hanley

SCHOOLCHILDREN did their bit for the fight against cancer by hosting a coffee morning for MacMillan Cancer Support.

Key stage two students at Sedgeberrow First CE School, Evesham, baked cakes, took orders and welcomed those that came with a smile during their first coffee morning.

A MacMillan representative visited the school and spoke to the children about the work the charity does and how the £370 they raised will be spent.

Nicole Loannides, a year four teacher, said: “We were overwhelmed with the turnout and the generosity of everyone who attended.

“The children all enjoyed being a part of such a wonderful event and are looking forward to their next coffee morning.”

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