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Thousands raised for cancer charity at coffee morning and 1940s evening

PUBLISHED: 12:38 18 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:33 18 September 2018

Peter Sanderson and Bridget Mayes at the Macmillan Cancer Support fundraiser at Woodlands Caravan Park in Upper Sheringham. Picture: SUPPLIED BY DIANE EVANS

Peter Sanderson and Bridget Mayes at the Macmillan Cancer Support fundraiser at Woodlands Caravan Park in Upper Sheringham. Picture: SUPPLIED BY DIANE EVANS

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Enthusiastic fundraisers at Woodlands Caravan Park Upper Sheringham have come together to give a worthy cause a very welcome boost.

Julie Butt , who was selling raffle tickets in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support at the fundraiser at Woodlands Caravan Park in Upper Sheringham. Picture: SUPPLIED BY DIANE EVANSJulie Butt , who was selling raffle tickets in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support at the fundraiser at Woodlands Caravan Park in Upper Sheringham. Picture: SUPPLIED BY DIANE EVANS

The venue hosted a coffee morning on Saturday, September 15 to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

There was also a raffle and the fundraiser concluded with an evening of 1940s-themed fun.

The event, which has become an annual affair having first been staged in September 2015, raised £2,260 for the charity, which brings the running total up to £9,986.

Bridget Mayes organised the coffee morning with a team of helpers and Peter Sanderson and others put together the 1940s night, with Julie Butt selling raffle tickets.

Peter Sanderson and Bridget Mayes at the Macmillan Cancer Support fundraiser at Woodlands Caravan Park in Upper Sheringham. Picture: SUPPLIED BY DIANE EVANSPeter Sanderson and Bridget Mayes at the Macmillan Cancer Support fundraiser at Woodlands Caravan Park in Upper Sheringham. Picture: SUPPLIED BY DIANE EVANS

Macmillan Cancer Support’s north Norfolk committee thanked everyone involved for their support.

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