There will also be fun activities in-store, such as colouring competitions, raffles, and fitness-biking to raise funds.
Staff at the eatery will be whipping up homemade bakes especially for the occasion and there’ll also be a guess the height of the cake game for the cause.
“This year we would like to dedicate our Macmillan coffee morning in honour of Sue Marshall who was the bravest woman we know, and really battled to the end”, said one of the coffee morning’s organisers.
The collective efforts of M&S stores and customers helps fund vital support and services for people living with cancer across the United Kingdom, which make a huge difference in hospitals and within local communities.
“The collective impact of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is enormous, and it’s so easy to get stuck in – either by donating, attending an event or by encouraging your colleagues and friends to host their own events on September 29”.
The event on Friday, September 29 at Daventry Rugby Club is part of a nationwide World’s Biggest Coffee Morning initiative in support of the cancer charity. Sheeplands will donate £1 to the charity for every donation.
“We’d love as many customers as possible to join us in our M&S cafes across Northamptonshire as we raise a mug to help those living with cancer”.
M&S has also launched a range of limited-edition Macmillan homeware items, including a colourful “Best Baker” cake slice, set of 4 cake forks and “Love a Cuppa” mug – flawless for hosting a coffee morning with friends or family.
You are invited to the Great Macmillan Coffee Morning Come at 61, Erpingham Rd SW15 1BH from 10am – 12 noon for a morning of coffee, tea, cake and friendly chat.
Heather Wood, a Review business development executive and one of the organisers, added: “Russell is an unbelievable singer and we are delighted that he has agreed to support this worthy cause”.