Macmillan Coffee Morning

25 Sep

Macmillan Coffee Morning, I’ve had news from two of our advertisers, well so far anyway, that are hosting coffee mornings for Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 29th September. Caffi Carn Alw, they are on the top floor of the Market Hall in Cardigan and have lots of space so you can select your cake, grab a drink and sit and have a chat – but only when you’ve made a donation of course! There’s a raffle taking place, a book sale and sure there will be music too and this is a great time to support this super charity. For those of you that haven’t been in the market in Cardigan for some time then this Friday is a good time to visit again. Caffi Carn Alw owners Cilla and Mike are expecting to be very busy and look forward to meeting customers old and new. They put on a great coffee morning last year and I’ve do doubt they’ll do so again this year.

The other busy company supporting Macmillan but very differently is The Big Bite who have their shop at 29C High St, Cardigan. They’ve had a great idea which is each time you buy a slice of carrot cake or Sharon’s lemon drizzle you’ll be entered into a draw to win a whole cake with all proceeds to go to Macmillan Cancer Care. This runs from 25th September  until 30th September.  Sharon has titled their fund raiser as the Thriller With Vanilla & The Crumble In The Jungle.

Now folks  Sharon really needs your support for her lovely lemon drizzle cake so that Gary doesn’t win with his carrot cake! This will be a great contest of the cakes, so please do join in if you’re in the area.

Ian and I hope to get across on Friday morning, so hope we’ll catch up with some of our readers and perhaps find new ones too!

Please support Caffi Carn Alw and The Big Bite and Macmillan.


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  1. Bow

    September 28, 2017 at 1:53 pm

    hope both events go well
    good of small businesses to support this charity

  2. jo

    September 28, 2017 at 1:54 pm

    well done guys
    I’ll try and get there

  3. BOW

    October 4, 2017 at 10:55 am

    thanks for all who organised, attended and donated
    like Kath and Ian I visited both those 2 in Cardigan and impressed