World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

WHADDON CHAPEL FRIDAY 28 SEPTEMBER

10-12 noon

Come and enjoy tea, coffee
and home-made cake.

Buy a cake or an extra slice to take home!

 

Holy Family Chapel, Southampton Road, Whaddon (near the Post Office),  SP5 3EB

Our annual ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support is an increasingly popular event in the calendar of our Salisbury Catholic community.

 

Started by parishioner, Jo Little, in 2010 and held in the chapel of the Holy Family in Whaddon, the first event raised an amazing £372.  There is no charge to come along and all money raised is from voluntary donations.

 

The event has gone from strength to strength and is a wonderful occasion to come along with a group of friends to chat and meet up whilst raising money for a great cause in the knowledge that there will be delicious (home-made only!) cakes.

 

In 2017, the amazing sum of £840 was made - it would seem that word has got around!  Lots of parishioners attend so you will doubtless meet-up with others that you know even if you come alone! 

 

Tell your friends and your family - spread the word!

Any remaining cake is sold in ‘taster packs’ after the Holy Redeemer 6pm Mass on the following day (29 September) and this is always popular too!

 

Please support this wonderful event.  We look forward to seeing you there. 

Jo can be contacted on 01722 710310
or by emailing:
[email protected]

 

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