Macmillan Cancer Support's flagship event, World's Biggest Coffee Morning has reached its 21st year and....
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World's Biggest Coffee Morning is 21 and you're all invited

Posted on July 26, 2011

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World's Biggest Coffee MorningMacmillan Cancer Support's flagship event, World's Biggest Coffee Morning has reached its 21st year and we are asking you to join us and help those affected by Cancer by hosting your very own celebratory Coffee Morning.

WBCM is the UK's third biggest one day fundraiser. Last year 751 people hosted a coffee morning in Cambridgeshire raising more than £130,000. Together 43,000 people registered to hold a coffee morning across the UK, raising over £8million.

This year the event takes place on Friday 30th September and we're aiming to celebrate in style and hope you can join us. There are 2 million people living with cancer in the UK, so we need to raise even more money to pay for our vital cancer support services.

Taking part in Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning is really simple – choose a date that suits you, choose your event and send out invitations to raise the vital money to support people affected by cancer. More importantly WBCM is a chance to get friends and colleagues together to have fun.

Whether it's a traditional coffee morning at home, work or school, or something different altogether – a garden party, pub quiz, or karaoke night - the main thing is getting together with friends and knowing that your collective efforts are making a huge difference to people affected by cancer.

Register at or for more information contact Michelle Pullen, Fundraising Manager on 01480 408982 / [email protected]

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