Incommunities staff and residents have again showed off their baking skills and generosity to support this year’s Macmillan Big Coffee Morning.
The housing group’s estate staff and customer services team put on a tasty spread of homemade cakes and buns and raffled two big cakes. They raised over £240 for the national charity with money still coming in.
Meanwhile, kind hearted sheltered scheme residents at Goodwin House in Queensbury and Wellesley House, Fortesque House and Norton House (Laisterdyke) collected an impressive £456 with their own coffee mornings and raffles.
Geraldine Howley, Incommunities’ Group Chief Executive said: "Every year, generous staff and residents show their support for Macmillan over coffee and cakes.
"This year everyone has pulled out all the stops to raise our biggest amount ever for the Big Coffee Morning and, at the same time, enjoyed taking a break and getting together. Well done."
Last year, Macmillan raised £27 million nationally towards helping people living with cancer.