Children’s and young adult residential home in Hickling Pastures holds coffee morning for cancer charity Macmillan

Families of Little Acres children’s and young adult residential home in Hickling Pastures got baking and invited people to join them in raising funds for Macmillan’s World Biggest Coffee Morning.
The event at the facility included a bouncy castle and cakes galore. A total of £395 was raised for people affected by cancer.
Tiffany Antcliffe, residential child care worker at Little Acres, said: “We put together this coffee morning to support the young adults, their families and others, to share experiences that we often take for granted.”
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18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 38
Source: Melton Times

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