Kettles on for World's Biggest Coffee Morning

By Kevin Unitt Thursday 27 September 2012 Updated: 27/09 08:27

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LEAMINGTON solicitors Wright Hassall is opening the doors of its Olympus Avenue offices tomorrow (Friday) to take part in the 'world’s biggest coffee morning.'

This year’s Wright Hassall event - in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and the Wright Hassall Charitable Trust - will feature a special treat alongside the refreshments and cakes, generously provided free of charge by Starbucks Coffee and Cotswolds bakery Meg Rivers Cakes.

Those in attendance will get the chance to see Lady Godiva’s Coat on display, fresh from its part in the Godiva Awakes project, which formed the West Midlands’ contribution to the Cultural Olympiad surrounding London 2012.

The event runs from 10am until 2pm and will also feature a ‘Macmillan Market’ where a range of greetings cards, gifts and wellness products will be on sale with the proceeds going to charity.

* Warwick Hospital and the Leamington Rehabilitation Hospital will be taking part in the event tomorrow (Friday).

A coffee morning will run from 10am to 12.30pm in the Aylesford Unit at Warwick, while the rehab hospital's staff dining room/coffee lounge will host a fund-raiser from 9am to 11.30am. All are welcome to attend.

* Whitnash Primary School, off Langley Road, will open up to all from 9.30am to 10.30am for coffee and cakes, with donations made to the appeal.

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