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The Chapel Coffee House has raised £800 for Pancreatic Cancer Action 

The Chapel Coffee House in Ormesby St Margaret has just raised £800 for Pancreatic Cancer Action

CHAPEL COFFEE HOUSE 

The photo shows regular customer, Ann, who suggested Pancreatic Cancer Action in memory of her husband, who sadly died of the disease

When the cafe opened in September 2015, it was decided to incorporate a corner where customers could donate or buy pre-loved items.  Every few months a new charity is chosen to benefit from the funds raised.  So far, other causes which have been helped are ‘Through the Roof ’, ‘Brainwave Independence Group’, ‘Home for Good’ and ‘Syrian Forgotten Families’.  Each one has been suggested by a customer or café volunteer.  “It has proved very popular”, says organiser Helen Farman “and we are thrilled to have raised over £2,500 for so many deserving causes”
 
The Chapel Coffee House, on North Road, is open on Thursdays and Fridays from 10.30am-2pm and Saturdays from 10am- 1pm, serving delicious homemade cakes, scones, light lunches and quality tea and coffee.  Why not go and try some and maybe pick up a bargain, in aid of a good cause at the same time
 
For more information go to www.chapelcoffeehouse.org.uk  or have a look on Facebook
 
 


Article printed from www.networkyarmouth.co.uk at 16:11 on 25 October 2020