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Bankers will be wearing aprons as part of a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support
Employees at a bank will be donning aprons when they take part in a cancer charity’s coffee morning.
Barclays in Enfield Town, known for having the world’s first ATM machine, will see its employees take part in Mamillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee morning on Friday, September 27.
Lasting from 9am until 12.30pm, the event will include activities such as tombola, guess the number of sweets in a jar and a raffle competition as well as a homemade cake sale.
Carly Sclare, a personal banker at the branch, said: “We’re delighted to be ‘going to town’ and supporting Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning once again this year. Our event was a huge success last year, when we raised around £580, and we’re really looking forward to inviting our local community to join us once again for such a good cause.
“There really couldn’t be an easier way to make a difference – especially with the green gifts which our customers will love. My mother was affected by cancer but is now healthy after receiving treatment, and back at home, which makes our branch even more determined to raise at least £650 for Macmillan."
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