QEH volunteers raise nearly £1,000 for Macmillan at the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Volunteers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital have raised nearly £1,000 during Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

The dedicated team have raised £958.96 by selling raffle tickets along with tea and cake in The Hub earlier today (Friday, September 30).

Vicky Mitchell, who is the Hospital’s Macmillan Information and Support Manager, said: “This is an incredible amount of money and exceeded our expectations. We were determined to beat last year’s target which was £578 and we have done that.

“I would like to thank all the volunteers who helped along with the businesses who gave raffle prizes. It was a fantastic effort.”

Tea and coffee had been donated by The Hub while cakes had been made by staff members.

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Volunteers Malcolm Powell sells raffle tickets while Pat Simpson and Joy Andrew serve up coffee and cake

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