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We've just finished clearly away after the Macmillan coffee morning, and I'm keen to broadcast just how well it went.  

Last year we raised £400 which we were delighted with. This year we've raised £646!  Wow!  We're just blown away with this amount.  

This is all down to the hard work of a small team of people of all ages from Audlem who have pulled together.  

A massive thank you to everyone involved in organising, from the raffle prizes to the stalls, and especially thanks to local businesses, friends and family for their support. Something to be really proud of.

 

 

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