30 Sep, 2020 @ 15:50
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Over 1300 euros raised for Macmillan Cancer Support by expat bar in Spain

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The Jolly Bar in Quesada, Alicante has raised a gigantic €1300 for charity.

Serving coffee and cake to expats and regulars the business will now donate the proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Support.

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HANDMADE: Cakes on offer at The Jolly Bar

“The total could yet rise,” said one organiser John Mugglestone. “It’s been a great effort by a small community pub.”

Taking place on September 25, the event was part of the Macmillan Coffee Morning campaign.

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CHEERFUL: Smiles all round for fundraisers

With more than £27.5m raised in 2019, the annual fundraising campaign has been dubbed the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’.

Launched in 1990, Coffee Morning began with the simple idea that punters would get a cup of tea and a cake and donate their money to charity. Since then, the event has raised £275 million.

To donate to Macmillan Cancer Support head to donation.macmillan.org.uk

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