Join in the world’s biggest coffee morning!

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A great thing organised by Wilkinson staff for the folk of Brownhills.

Nicole Quinn and her friend Sally have been in touch. They’re just two of the great community minded folk who work at the Wilkinson store in Brownhills, and they’ve informed me that they have organised an event as part of the Macmillan Coffee Morning campaign, set to take place in Brownhills this Friday morning from 10:30-12:30.

If you can, please do pop down. Macmillan Cancer Support are one of my favourite charities, and do some excellent work.

Nicole and friends recently walked Snowdon for Cancer Research, too. These people are seriously committed to helping charity and their community. My hat is doffed to them.

I’ll let Nicole explain what’s planned:

Hey Bob,

Just wanted to contact you to ask for your help and support on something!

This coming Friday, 27th, me and a colleague at Wilkos, Sally, are planning a Macmillan coffee morning however we’re going to host it in ravens court!

Put up a couple of gazebos, have a raffle, cake sale, sell tea/coffee and  some Macmillan merchandise.  We’d love your help advertising this and if anyone in the community wishes to get involved making donations or helping out they are more than welcome! 🙂

The event will be from 10.30-12.30. Thank you for your help as always!

Nicole from Wilkos

Best of luck to all involved, and please do drop me a line to let me know how you all got on.

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Macmillan do some excellent, and vital work.

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