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MacMillan Cancer Support's World's Biggest Coffee Morning

MacMillan Cancer Support's World's Biggest Coffee Morning
 
 
 
On Friday, 21st September, for the eleventh year running from 10.30-12.30 the Sixth Form College took part in this national event. It was led by our Y13 Liaison Committee and A Level Health and Social Care Students. Lemon drizzle, fruit cake, chocolate brownies, muffins and cupcakes were some of the mouth-watering delights baked by sixth formers for this event. Boarding students also spent their evening enrichment time baking.
 
 
 
An open invitation to all sixth formers, teaching and support staff was given. For a £2.00 donation, participants were served coffee, tea or hot chocolate and a range of homemade cakes. The Sixth Form College Students would like to extend their thanks to local businesses and parents in Steyning, Henfield and Upper Beeding who gave very generously this year, including donations and vouchers from Steyning Book Shop, Clock House Florist, Palace of Pooch, Steyning Stationers, the Pizza Oven, Emas Nails, Gris et Blanc, Flicker Rose, Vintage & Home, Co-op, Martins, Sussex Produce, Beeding Newsagent, Village Green Interiors and Booti also British Airways i360, Mackleys, Dark Star, Me To You Afternoon Tea, Riverside Tearooms and Gardens, Temper Temper, Matthews Tennis Coaching, Kedek Ltd and Spring Gardens Nursery. LA Studio, GSM Phone Centre, Apres Chocolate and Bookworms in Shoreham. All these prizes made up a wonderful raffle. Our star prize was 4 adult tickets for the i360 with a glass of fizz donated by Mackleys.
 
 
 
With 450 students in the Sixth Form College and over 200 staff a significant amount of money was raised to help MacMillan provide vital support to those affected by cancer. The students wanted to raise awareness of all forms of cancer and how it affects so many people and their families. The coffee morning was held in the Sixth Form Centre which was furnished in white and green, the MacMillan colours. Whilst enjoying the refreshments, musical accompaniments were performed by Sixth Form College students.