Debbie Avery, from Filmore & Union, gears up for the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning
Debbie Avery, from Filmore & Union, gears up for the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Healthy food restaurant supports Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

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Healthy food Filmore & Union is taking part in the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday, 30 September 2016 in an effort to help the raise vital funds for people facing .

The branch will be offering customers Filmore chocolate brownies or a slice of banana and pecan loaf in exchange for a donation of their choice to the .

All the money raised from the sale of the cakes at the , which will take place from 9am-12pm, will go to Macmillan.

 

Adele Ashley, owner of Filmore & Union, said:

Macmillan Coffee Mornings raise millions of pounds to support people with families living with and we were keen to get involved and help to make a difference in our local communities.

 

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The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising for people facing cancer. Last year the charity raised £25 million and this year it is aiming to raise even more.

Made using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, Filmore & Union’s gluten free banana loaf is the perfect choice for the Macmillan event. Filmore & Union currently donates a loaf to the Yorkshire branch of the Breast Cancer Haven charity each month.

 

A spokesperson for Breast Cancer Haven said:

Nutritional advice plays an important role in the support programme offered at Breast Cancer Haven to anyone effected by breast cancer, so to work with Filmore & Union whose products encourage healthy eating made perfect sense. Breast Cancer Haven is delighted to receive such generous support from our friends at Filmore & Union.


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