PHOTO GALLERY - Everyone stops for tea (or coffee) for charity

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People were raising their cups and contributing to Macmillan Cancer Support on Friday’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event.

There were numerous coffee morning events taking place with businesses to schools, churches and community groups baking cakes and stirring themselves to raise money over a cuppa to assist people facing cancer.

A cuppa for Macmillan coffee morning at St Denys' Church Room, Sleaford, from left - Audrey Tomlinson, Anne Smillie-Pearson and Sheila Sheppard. EMN-150925-152818001

A cuppa for Macmillan coffee morning at St Denys' Church Room, Sleaford, from left - Audrey Tomlinson, Anne Smillie-Pearson and Sheila Sheppard. EMN-150925-152818001

Miller’s restaurant in Sleaford had specially-made cakes and coffee with customers leaving donations. There were coffee mornings at St Andrew’s Church, Potterhanworth, as well as Greenfield Community Centre in Sleaford.

Hannah Weston Smith staged one at her upholstery workshop at Folkingham; the new deli café at Four Seasons Garden Centre, Silk Willoughby hosted one; and the chef at Darmon’s Funhouse baked lots of cakes for their family coffee morning. Mayor Garry Titmus attended the event at Sleaford Foyer and stalls and a raffle at the event in St Denys’ Church Rooms in Sleaford raised £190.

Staff at the Southgate offices of Turnbull’s builders merchants in Sleaford were eager to wax the legs of volunteers Adam East and Lee Baker during their charity coffee and cake sale, raising £720.