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By Haddenham Webteam - 3rd October 2016 10:45am
Haddenham Coffee Morning raises £255 For Macmillan Cancer Support
PCMS Design, a local project management and architectural design firm based in Rectory House, held a Coffee Morning and cake sale on Friday 30th September in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan encourage as many people as possible to support their 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning'; this is the second year that PCMS Design has taken part.
There were plenty of homemade cakes on offer during the mid-morning coffee break. Our guests included clients past and present, and local businesses based in and around Rectory House in Haddenham.
The PCMS Design team would like to thank the staff of John Clegg & Co, Manan, Milkshake Dental, Cedar Technologies, Rectory Homes, NT Cadcam, Wearwell and Cosine for stopping by and helping them to raise the amazing total figure of £255.
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