Cake bakes in Skegness raise vital funds for Macmillan cancer charity

A Macmillan coffee afternoon organised by SECWHA  raised a magnificent �235. ANL-180610-085114001
A Macmillan coffee afternoon organised by SECWHA raised a magnificent �235. ANL-180610-085114001

Skegness East Coast and Wolds Hospitality Association (SECWHA) recently held a Macmillan coffee afternoon and raised a magnificent £235.

June Howard, Business development manager, said: “As accommodation businesses are busy on a Friday, we opted to hold this event on a Tuesday afternoon.

Mayor Coun Sid Dennis and his wife Marie joined the SECWHA Macmillan coffee afternoon. ANL-180610-082159001

Mayor Coun Sid Dennis and his wife Marie joined the SECWHA Macmillan coffee afternoon. ANL-180610-082159001

“Our thanks go the Richmond holiday centre, for donating the venue and helping in so many ways. I would also like to thank Mayor Coun Sid Dennis and his wife Marie for attending and supporting us.”

Chairman Mike Bradberry added: “It is the first time SECWHA have done this, so I am delighted that we raised so much money for this great cause.

“My thanks go to everyone who contributed to the success by donating raffle prizes, baking tasty treats or supporting it on the day.

“Cancer touches so many people and we are pleased to be able to contribute, even in a small way, to the work of Macmillan cancer support who do such a magnificent job.”

Nationwide Building Society in Skegness raisiee over �100. ANL-180710-110020001

Nationwide Building Society in Skegness raisiee over �100. ANL-180710-110020001

Among the other coffee mornings held during the annual fundraiser for Macmillan nurses, who provide advice and support with pain and symptom management for people with cancer, was one by Nationwide Building Society.

Staff at the Building Society in Lumley Road sold cakes and coffee to their members and raised over £100.